Menu - Mr Yum
Hills Bros looks like one of those office-building cafes destined to serve only the people who work above it. It’s in a shiny Martin Place foyer. There’s no signage, and it’s barely visible from outside. It's like a little annex of Reuben Hills, but Hills Bros isn’t a regular office-foyer cafe.
The food is Latin American- and Asian-influenced cafe fare, but with a more health-oriented approach. The offering changes with the seasons, though the mainstays include a nourishing salad-style bowl, congee, nasi goreng and a mushroom toastie. Sweets are by Portuguese bakery, Tuga Pastries.
The fit-out is accessible but innovative. It’s open, flowing into the foyer and filled only with a counter and a series of staggered concrete benches, which are strangely reminiscent of a video game. You’ll find dedicated outdoor seating spilling out into Martin Place, where you can take advantage of the cafe’s liquor licence for a boozy al fresco brunch.
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