Nook Urban Fresh Bar, CBD

on Feb 24, 2015 in Cafe, Modern Australian

Nook Urban Fresh Bar, CBD

There really aren’t many great brunch or cafe spots down towards Wynyard and Circular Quay but Nook Urban Fresh bar is one of the few that I would rate as worth visiting. The cosy little cafe serves up great coffee and food, the cafe itself has a rustic look to it which stands out from the urban jungle around it.

Pat’s Pita Pocket – lamb, chilli labneh, water cress, tabouli, piquillo pepper, roasted almonds

I wasn’t the one to order this but it looked quite good, generous servings of lamb covered in various ingredients and served on top of a delicious looking pita bread.

Chicken & Kale Rotolo – stuffed chicken breast, quinoa, kale, mushrooms, pine nuts, enoki fries, leek sauce

I was quite impressed by the chicken dish,the tender chicken is served alongside a delicious leek sauce and two types of mushrooms. The kale wasn’t overpowering as I first expected at all which was a big plus because I tend to be disappointed by kale which overpowers the rest of most dishes.

St Ali ‘Seamless’ House Blend

Nook also serves coffee from St Ali roasters down in Melbourne, I’ve always enjoyed the coffee from St Ali when I visit and the house blend here is just as great. Overall it’s a great little break from the hustle and bustle of office life and certainly worth checking out for a nice meal.

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5 Comments

  1. That rotolo looks amazing. Been wanting to try out this place for ages!

  2. What a cool spot to sit outside! It can be hard to find on that end of town.

  3. Oo, love the outdoor area and the rotolo looks good 🙂

  4. Wow the chicken and kale rotolo looks like an inside out sushi roll!

  5. love the outdoorsy look of the place and the pita pocket looks massive!

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