WHETHER it’s an intimate dinner or catching up with friends or family, The Junction’s Del Peco is versatile.
For the late risers still after bacon and eggs or pancakes or something from Del Peco’s extensive breakfast menu, there is all-day breakfast until 5pm.
Or drop in at lunch for a selection of wraps, sandwiches, salads, open burgers or perhaps tapas if you’re in the mood to share.
The dinner menu offers breads, entrees, pasta, risotto and main meals. Below is a selection from the Del Peco menu.
Breakfast: Classic buttermilk pancakes with honeycomb butter and maple syrup $15; corn and dill cake stack with lemon roquette, Spanish onion, roasted tomatoes, avocado, sour cream, and chilli tomato relish (vegetarian) $14; breakfast burrito with bacon, roasted red peppers, Boston beans, scrambled eggs, smashed hash browns, chipolatas, chorizo, topped with chilli tomato relish, sour cream and melted cheese $18.
Lunch: Grilled chicken and fresh tomato, avocado, bacon, cos lettuce, Egmont cheese, sweet chilli and sour cream wrap $14; open burger of grilled beef with mesculin, fresh tomato, fried egg, melted cheese, caramelised onion and barbecue sauce $16. Wraps and burgers come with beer-battered chips or a fresh house salad.
Tapas: Inferno prawns cooked in a Thai chilli jam $12; crispy cubed pork belly topped with a sweet apple glaze $12; salt and pepper squid served with a dill aioli dipping sauce $12.
Dinner mains: Crispy skin duck breast with orange glaze, poached pears, rocket and hazelnut salad (gluten free) $28; 350g beef rib eye on a bed of mash with grilled asparagus spears and port wine jus (gluten free) $32.
Address: 7/50 Glebe Road, The Junction
Open: Monday and Tuesday, 7am to 3pm; Wednesday to Saturday, 7am til late; Sunday, 7am to 3pm
Owned by: Peter Micevski
Head chef: Phillip Pearce