I love trying new places in the city and finally visited The Earl of Pitt Street. They offer an early bird menu between 5pm – 7pm with 2 courses for £15 or 3 courses for £18 which is what we ordered from. Dishes aren’t labelled vegan but you can just ask them and they’ll let you know!
We got some bread and olives to begin which were very nice. I didn’t wanna eat too much though as I knew I had a heavy main coming!
I had Thai Sweet Potato Soup with Crusty Bread. It was super tasty but very filling and I couldn’t manage it all. Sean managed to finish it off so nothing went to waste.
Sean had Rioja & Honey braised Chorizo Bruschetta which sounds delicious and if I still ate meat I’d have deffo chosen this. He really enjoyed it too, Leon (his dad) had a try too and liked it.
Leon had Fish & Chips which he really enjoyed but couldn’t manage it all! He said the fish was lovely. It was served with Proper Chips too which is always a bonus!
Sean had a Prawn Thai Red Curry which he really enjoyed and liked how it had a lot of vegetables in it too.
My main was Korean Vegetable & Noodle Broth with Tofu & Mushroom Dumplings. Tofu has become one of my favourite things. This dish was super tasty and very filling since it had potatoes in, along with the noodles. The broth had a pretty strong flavour which got a little over powering towards the end.
Sean had Sticky Toffee Pudding & I had sorbet. The sorbet was okay, I’m not sure why I ordered it cos I was so full but I was hoping something light would help me.
I really want to visit The Earl of Pitt Street again as it was a very quirky place. They have the bar downstairs and the restaurant upstairs and I definitely want to visit for just a drink downstairs.
Drinks: – (just soft ones)
Would I return: Yep!