Brighton the Corner, Petersham


Brighton The Corner is a new cafe in Petersham, only about one month old and already drawing a crowd. Scott Duncan and Nigel Park have created a cafe in a beautiful leafy street with a perfect corner position. Enjoy your coffee outside under the black and white striped awning, at the window seat overlooking Brighton Street or at a cosy table inside. 

I love an all day breakfast menu and Brighton on the Corner has a great one! The braised brisket ($17), with poached egg, crisp onion rings and potato hash was a favourite and my sister couldn’t believe her luck that it was also a gluten free option. The housemade crumpets with caramelised pear and dulwich hill honey butter ($12) was a popular choice on our table and the sausage and beans with fried eggs and green tomato salsa ($17) looked amazing.

The lunch menu includes a smokehouse beef burger with hand-cut chips ($15) and a range of sandwiches which will be crowd pleasers including pork belly, fennel and quince paste ($11) . The Little Marionette coffee was a perfect pick me up and the house made sodas looked great too.

Brighton The Corner has you covered for breakfast and lunch. Rumour has is a dinner menu is on its way.

Brighton the Corner
49 Palace Street, Petersham
Tuesday to Friday 7am–4pm
Saturday & Sunday 8am–4pm

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