Well. It's not often I go out for brunch. It's something easily made at home. Usually paid-for brunch is reserved for times of travel. So, something of a treat to eat brunch in my own neighbourhood.
Note to self: brunch requires sunglasses.
Something else I have to note, Molly, is the service. You know how people do little things and they often go unnoticed? I noticed. We split the bill 50:50, and -- without being asked -- the cashier split our change 50:50. As in, instead of giving us a $10 note and some coins, and making us fight over it, she gave us two $5 notes and smaller coins so we each got half the change. (Which, ironically, we then put in the tip jar.)
So, I didn't catch your name, but lovely lady from Goblin you get my nomination for customer service excellence award. (You were also a lovely, friendly waitress.)
6 Sloane St, Summer Hill -- Parramatta Rd side of the station
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