Annoying Brother attracts a steady stream of local residents and office workers. This friendly little cafe may not have the luxury of space, but thanks to some clever design work it feels much bigger than it really is. Natural light filters through lare, north-facing windows onto plenty of colourful touches that give the space personality, including a blackboard wall that spans the length of the venue and is embellished with scrawled daily specials, quotes and sketches.
The menu is simple and concise, with breakfast options such as dukkah eggs and lunch options like the minute steak sandwich. There is also a generous range of paninis, focaccias and salads that you can eat in or takeaway and, where possible, produce is sourced locally.
The cafe derives its name from former owner Julian Moussi, who grew up with four older sisters and undoubtedly spent a good portion of his childhood playing the pest.
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