From the street side, the unmissable large corten sawmill signage and timber clad panels.
A look around the venue. You’ll note their bar and woodfired oven when you enter and the rich timber look of the space.
From across Sawmill’s brekkie and brunch menu. Surprisingly, we didn’t quite think it at the time but outside of the burger, every option we had for brunch was vegetarian and we didn’t miss sausage or bacon. The haloumi plate came with generous slices of grilled zucchini and aubergine and that comboed well with the meatiness of the halloumi and mushrooms. Similarly, Fritters was vego and had perfect poached eggs. The Sawmill burger is a classic aussie burger with beetroot, was juicy, tasty and came with a nice mound of chips. For those with a preference for a sweeter option, Pancakes were light and fluffy with an abudance of fruit.
Out of Sawmill’s woodfired oven. Crispy Pizza with ample topping. We’re not familar with the area where this sits but locals must be stoked have this here. The pizza was our favourite dish today.
A trio of drinks; from Mojitos, to a summery spritz and their espresso martini.
Sawmill has a range of desserts that you can purchase and their Cannoli comes garnished with chocolate soil, edible flowers and this bit of fanciness. Chocolate, hazelnut, pistachio and vanilla.