From the bare metal chairs with rusted blue surrounding a communal table, to the naked wood scaffolding sitting seamlessly with blackboards and art prints, each stands as a physical representation of community, transparency and simplicity. Such, have formed the core values of our modern food culture, a culture Plenty is.
Red Macaron and I were dwarfed by the size and variation of the blackboard menu, as we stood contemplating.
Red Macaron was plated a Chorizo Corn Bread Melt served with a Fried Egg, Corn Salsa and topped with Sour cream and sprinkles of spice.
For me, a soft, delicate omelette with pockets of wilted spinach, dressed with a tart, fresh and crunchy pistachio tabouli, on a sweet, spicy cinnamon pumpkin puree and a dollop of labna.
All that was left on our plates were the smears of what was and our tongues buzzing with the taste of Plenty.
- Price: $$
- Service: 4/5
- Location: Across from West End Markets, busy area