Brighton at the Corner

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Homemade at Brighton the Corner

Named for a Pavement album, new cafe Brighton the Corner has more to offer than just puns.

On the corner of Brighton and Palace Streets – under a black-and-white striped awning, diners will find a new cafe, Brighton the Corner.

“I want to serve people what I want to eat,” says owner and head chef Scott Duncan, formerly of Fleetwood Macchiato. “We are hot smoking our own salmon, cold smoking the beef burgers and making our own yoghurt. That’s the idea – to make as much of what we can as possible. We are using soda stream so we are making a lot of syrups, which are big sellers.”

This is the philosophy that underpins Brighton the Corner; delicious, homemade food with as much locally sourced produce as possible. Also on the menu is braised brisket, potato hash, mojo verde, poached eggs and onion rings; house-made crumpets with caramelised pear and Dulwich Hill honey butter; smokehouse beef burger with hand-cut chips and a selection of sandwiches including pork belly, fennel and quince paste.

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