Porgie and Mr Jones looks small from the outside, step inside and you will be surprised! There is a beautiful outdoor courtyard with some great space and many diners had their dogs with them which I am sure is very convenient to pet owners.
We browsed the menu and ended up asking for recommendations as we had no idea what we wanted to get! We started with coffees and ordered two savoury and one sweet dish to share.
I decided to get a Matcha Latte this time, instead of my usual long black and I loved it!
On to the food! Haloumi on a Breakky Burger ($16) is just a winner for me. Pair that with a fresh bun and a runny egg, amongst some other great ingredients! There is an option to add a cheesy hash brown, I’d opt for it…yum!
I had the Benedict ($21) as recommended and I was so glad that I listened to it. I tossed up between this dish and the Fritters, only am excuse to come back another time. The pulled pork on this dish was ‘melt in your mouth’ goodness! I probably could have gobbled up a plate of the pulled pork and a slice of sourdough. My eggs were perfectly poached and there was just the right amount of hollandaise sauce.
The French Toast ($19.50) was a small dish and perfect to share after brekkie. I really enjoyed the white chocolate mousse with this French Toast dish, something a little different to the usual ice-cream accompaniment. You can see the caramelisation on this toast and it tasted even better.
Thank you so much to the team at Porgie and Mr Jones for their hospitality on a busy Saturday morning. I will definitely be back!
*This post was written following an invitation to dine at The Porgie and Mr Jones. The views expressed are my own and are in no way informed.