Brighton the Corner Cafe
**Brighton the Corner is under new management. We will update our profile shortly.
On the corner of Brighton and Palace Streets – under a black-and-white-striped awning, diners will find cafe, Brighton the Corner.
Owner and head chef Scott Duncan, formerly of Fleetwood Macchiato, leads a team that makes as much as it can itself. Brighton the Corner hot smokes its own salmon, cold smokes the beef burgers and makes its own yoghurt. It also uses soda stream with homemade syrups.
Brighton the Corner makes 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.
Duncan and co-owner and barista, Nigel Park did the refit themselves, with a soft industrial feel. Future plans for Brighton include a space to sell local and homemade produce and extending opening hours to include a dinner service that will include things people can sit down and share. And because it is close to the train station, people can stop in on the way home for a wine or a beer.
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