Salt café and restaurant offers both indoor and side-walk dining and is often busy as patrons line the footpath awaiting their caffeine fix.
What originally started as a Monday morning takeaway coffee, turned into a sit-down Sunday brunch as the freshly baked scones on the menu sounded too delicious to resist.
The breakfast menu at Salt isn't huge, but there is a good variety. Interestingly, Salt offers a different menu on the weekend. Both the weekday and the weekend menus offer some delectable treats and can be viewed here.
Feeling a little bit indulgent, we planned to order a couple of coffees and the freshly baked scones, however our charming waiter informed us that they had just served the last scone of the day, suggesting that we should instead try the fruit toast, promising us that it was very yummy and that he would pay for our meal if we didn't enjoy it.
So we settled on a coffee, a hot chocolate, the fruit toast and a bruschetta.
Large, hot drinks arrived promptly followed by hot, fresh fruit toast which came served with cinnamon cream cheese spread and a plate of fresh bruschetta.
The waiter's integrity was not put to the test as we thoroughly enjoyed our brunch at Salt and did not need to request that he pay for the meal.
With exceptional and friendly service, a vibrant atmosphere, delicious food and hot coffee at surprisingly reasonable prices, Salt is definitely the perfect place to go for a lazy Sunday morning brunch.