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Charlotte's Little Sister Eveleigh

This member of the Charlotte clan is keeping Australian Technology Park's people caffeinated.
By Tom Clift
June 01, 2016
By Tom Clift
June 01, 2016

Charlotte's Little Sister has added another sibling, with the launch of their latest cafe at the Australian Technology Park. The sixth member of the highly caffeinated clan after the original Charlotte Cafe in Birchgrove as well as spinoffs in Manly, Pennant Hills, Mosman and Boronia Park, Charlotte's Little Sister Eveleigh has made its mark on the Australian Technology Park precinct with rotisserie meats, freshly made salads and steaming Campos Coffee.

Located on Central Avenue, Charlotte's Little Sister Australian Technology Park opened in April 2016. With interior design by Guru Projects and India Harris, the cafe boasts brass panelling, raw timber and Italian mosaic floor tiles, and can seat as many as 160 patrons.

The menu was created by chefs Rob Clarson and Jimmy Mathers, previously of Sugar & Spoon and Pony Dining, respectively. Breakfast options include fruit salad with 'paleo crunch' and coconut yoghurt, and a BBQ bacon egg roll on freshly baked organic bread. For lunch you can grab rolls packed with everything from slow-cooked grain-fed pork belly, South American slaw and brown rice, to house-made falafel, eggplant puree, cucumber yoghurt and salad. Alternatively you can enjoy a spiced cauliflower and eggplant salad with pickled currants, kale, coriander, almonds and tahini.

There are also plans to introduce a bar menu featuring wine, beer and a range of cocktails. Until then though, you can still enjoy a fresh cup of joe, courtesy of premium local supplier Campos Coffee.


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