The Nourish’d Kitchen

Into their sixth year, The Nourish’d Kitchen is still going strong. The plant based eatery has just released their new menu, which is made from local produce and organic fruit and vegetables, with paleo, gluten free and vegan options available throughout.

Customers can choose from breakfast and lunch options including Smashed Avocado, Eggs Florentine, Zucchini and Sweet Corn Fritters, or Banana and Peanut Butter French Toast. For lunch, there is a selection of toasties, and salad bowls.

The following are some of the dishes we tried off their new menu:

Smashed Avocado

If we had to choose between a mortgage and a Smashed Avocado, we think it would be the latter everytime. Generous amounts of avocado were spread over two slices of ciabatta and accompanied by cherry tomatoes, poached eggs and nut free dukkah. For us, it was the earthiness of the dukkah which took this dish to the next level.

Zucchini and Sweet Corn Fritters

Fritters are always a breakfast favourite no matter where you go, and these were no exception. Served with baby spinach, poached eggs, smoked salmon and a house made relish, this dish was a real treat. We found combining the fritters with smoked salmon and relish to be heavenly with every bite.

Banana and Peanut Butter French Toast

If you’re like us, anything that has peanut butter in it is delicious. Smothered over two pieces of French toast was a generous spread of peanut butter and loads of banana chips and slices. The peanut butter was gooey and decadent, while the banana chips added a nice crunchy component. It’s the perfect way to start or end any meal!

Nourish’d Bowl

It wouldn’t be right to visit this cafe without having their namesake bowl. Made from roasted pumpkin, baby spinach, cherry tomatoes, feta, quinoa, walnuts and a honey mustard dressing, it’s a light, healthy and tasty option. The pumpkin slices were soft and delicate, while the sweetness of the cherry tomatoes were balanced by the saltiness of the feta. The walnuts added a nice crunchy texture, the dressing married all the ingredients together.

Reuben Toastie

The unanimous favourite was the Reuben Toastie. The classic combination of corned beef, grain mustard, sauerkraut, pickled gherkins and Swiss cheese was a winner. So hearty and delicious, we’d visit just for this!

The new menu at The Nourish’d Kitchen is another winner! It’s the perfect spot to catch up with friends for a healthy meal or coffee.

The Nourish’d Kitchen Cafe is open from Monday to Friday from 7:30am-3pm, Saturday 8am-3pm and Sunday 9am-2pm.

WHERE: 3 Ann St, Stepney


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