This sleek cafe on the lower north shore serves up lobster toast, flaky croissants and quality cups of joe.
This sleek-yet-cosy cafe on Rangers Road is just a stone's throw from bustling Military Road, but feels worlds away. So although you're spoiled for choice when it comes to brunch spots in Neutral Bay, At Neutral is well worth a stop in. Expect the usual suspects on the breakfast menu, but with some unique dishes thrown in such as the Za'atar roasted eggplant with sunflower seed cream, roasted cherry tomatoes, crispy curry leaves and dukkah on toasted sourdough ($19). Or, if you're after an OTT brekkie, order the lobster toast served with citrus creme fraiche, pickled fennel, finger lime, fresh greens, anchovy oil and 63-degree egg ($21). Coffee here is from local roastery Calibrate Coffee and, for the sweet tooths among us, there's a selection of pastries on offer, too — think house-made muffins, friands and flaky croissants.
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