20 Aug Bossy Boots, Brighton
Brighton local Bossy Boots is not just known for its cosy eat-in vibes, but also its gourmet take home food offerings. Chefs Ben Forehan and Rachael Browne, who have backgrounds covering Stokehouse, Circa and Dench Bakers, have been producing healthy, but hearty and boldly flavoured takeaway meals through Bossy Boots for the last seven years.
The kitchen produces curries, savoury pastries, salads, pastas, sweets and the like for people who are time poor but still want delicious food to have at home, and all from scratch.
The cafe itself is light-filled and relaxed, the kitchen pumping out well-made dishes like corn fritters with avocado salsa, tomato relish and crispy bacon, or the mixed bean and ham hock ragout with fried egg, which is perfect for the hungry. For a sweeter brunch, there’s a variety of porridge to choose from; the poached rhubarb, pear and banana is subtle in sweetness but tasty. And of course there are always the buttermilk pancakes, here coming with the classic combination of strawberries, ice cream and maple syrup.
Located away from the busy end of Bay Street, Bossy Boots provides a wide selection of delicious-looking meals for both the eat-in and takeaway crowd.
Disclaimer: I was invited to Bossy Boots as a guest, however, opinions expressed here are purely my own, and are based on my experience at the time
106 Bay St
Brighton, VIC, 3186
(03) 9596 6825