Sunday morning brunch at Seven:am in Port Melbourne
Small cosy cafe with interesting decor. Surprisingly wasn’t busy on a beautiful Sunday morning. Service was quick and attentive. We ordered a soy mocha and a latte and for brunch we had the corn fritters and the duck sandwich.
The Corn fritters with poached eggs were delicious! It usually comes with chorizo but i substituted that for smoked salmon with sides of sour cream, salsa and a small salad. Personally, I thought the corn fritters tasted a bit like tacos but were nice and crispy. I think there might have been a bit too much on the plate, but don’t get me wrong, it was a delicious brunch and I polished it all off!
The slow roasted duck sandwich with chilli salt fries with lime aoili was one my partner had. The duck was nicely cooked and quite tender The flavours of the sandwich however were a bit strange and my partner thought was a weird combination. Although nice and different, I think the mixture of brie, duck, quince paste and cabbage is a bit to get used to. The fries were more like chips but were scrumptious!
Overall the food and service was really good. Although there were little hiccups in the food, we would still like to come back and try something different!