Blu Water Grill
The ever classy Blu Water Grill is one of the best cafés at Westfield Hornsby. It is often filled with locals, who call the restaurant by its fond nickname, ‘Blu’. Needless to say, the food is one of the elements that keep customers coming back.
Every dish is very well presented, and the effort in cooking and plating is clearly seen. It is always pleasing to see that portion sizes are generous, yet reasonable, so that majority of diners can comfortably finish their dish.
Blu Water Grill is located right next to the fountain, giving diners plenty of music and entertainment from the buskers in the precinct. The venue is nice and open, with friendly service and plenty of indoor and outdoor seating available. The interior carries a casual and warm vibe with timber tables, chairs, couches, pillows and a proud display of various wines and spirits above the counter.
Yummy Times Recommends:
Smashed Avocado & Feta (with Poached Egg)
Soy & Linseed Bread (2 slices, toasted), Avocado, Feta Cheese, Heirloom Tomatoes, Baby Mixed Herbs, Poached Egg
This is a low GI breakfast choice which is beneficial for customers who are focusing on weight management and those with chronic disease, including diabetic patients.
The soy and linseed bread, as the featuring main ingredient of the dish, not only provides fibre, but also delivers plant protein and essential omega-3 fatty acid. The avocado mash, feta cheese, and tomatoes perfectly match with the bread and add extra fibre, vitamin E, vitamin C and calcium into the dish.
Those that desire more protein can opt to order an extra poached egg. With two eggs, the dish becomes quite a substantial meal that can be shared between two people.
Roast Corn, Pea & Shallot Fritter (with Smoked Salmon)
Corn, Pea, Shallot, Semi-Dried Tomato, Rocket & Parmesan Salad, Poached Egg, Smoked Salmon/Bacon/Asparagus
A delicious combination of crispy, crunchy and savoury, the fritter is an absolute favourite as a brunch menu item. It is a nice alternative from the classic Eggs Benedict, which features English muffins rather than a fritter. The swap creates the opportunity for more vegetables to be added to the dish, bringing with it more flavours, texture and higher nutrition.