Following on from the rager last week celebrating South Australia’s recent Lonely Planet shout out, the West End is again in the spotlight, this time for Peel Street’s hot new European brunch spot 2nd & 6th.
Opening its doors November 19, 2nd and 6th is set to revolutionise the way we perceive (and enjoy) brunch. Owner Hugh Nguyen has enlisted the help of chef Rocco Tedesco to implement his culinary vision with a strong focus on fresh and seasonal SA produce.
Decadent French fare will feature heavily with dishes like lobster brioche with baked herb chips and Îles flottantes (floating islands) on offer. And for those who like a bit of sauce with their meal, a carefully curated rotating list of local and international wines will have something to suit everyone.
It might be his first foray into the restaurant biz, but that doesn't mean Nguyen hasn't thought of everything... even cladding his 12 Peel Street frontage in a rich mahogany that Ron Burgundy himself would be impressed with.
Where: 2nd & 6th, 12 Peel Street, Adelaide.
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