St Moritz (Invited)

Saturday, September 02, 2017 Sharon Halim 0 Comments

St Moritz is a cocktail bar located at Acland Street, St Kilda. It opened from 7am - 1am seven days a week. In the morning, besides their popular beers & ciders, they also serve brunch, coffee, and juices.
During our visit, we got to try brunch menu. It was almost mid-day and the place was quiet when we arrived.


A waitress welcomed us and led us to our table which is near the window and has the best lighting. The place was big and spacious, and there are many tables inside that could fit around 50 people at once. There are also some outdoor tables with automatic canopy (in case the rain decides to pour) for those who prefer fresh air. Since the walls were in dark colours, the place looked a bit too dark, but hence it is actually a bar there’s nothing wrong with it. The tables, chairs and sofas were in many varieties, which made them look classy but not boring. In the middle of the seating area, they put decoration plants to make the place more living. With hanging bulbs all over the ceilings, matching wall decorations, and an LED light in the back corner, I felt like entering a more luxurious kind of New Orleans pub at that moment. The bar area was awesome, with many many bottles decorating the shelves, taps of so many different liquors, a coffee machine, and bar stools.




We were then given the menu and ordered two juices, which were the Berry Bomber and a normal orange juice.The taste of the juices were fantastic, they were fresh, not too sweet yet not too sour, and blended nicely.


We then tried the Salmon Gravlax Benedict and the Bacon Benedict. The food came out pretty fast, compared to most brunch place that could take a while to serve the dishes. The dishes were arranged nicely on the black plates, very well plating skills I might say. For both plates, they tasted amazing. Every elements combined nicely and they were actually huge enough to make us full. We were very satisfied with our meal, so we decided to get ourselves a dessert as a closing.



The Pedro & Dark Chocolate Mousse came out in a dessert glass. We didn’t mix it at first, so it tasted too sweet. However after we stirred it, the bitterness from the dark chocolate, and the sweetness of the pedro mousse combined perfectly well. We were really full from our mains before, but for that amazing dessert, we tried our best to finish it. The price ranges for the menus are very reasonable. Thus after seeing the portions, I could say they’re rather cheap and definitely worth it.


I couldn’t wait for another visit to St Moritz to taste more of their amazing dishes. It can be easily reached with tram route 96 and 16 from CBD, as well as private vehicles. The only thing that could be enhanced more is the staffs performance. I would love to be served by happy staffs, and a little smile on the face wouldn’t hurt anyone right? But overall, this brunch place is a must to try.

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St. Moritz Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato




St Moritz
+6139525 4464
138/140 Acland St
St Kilda VIC 3182
http://www.stmoritzstkilda.com.au/

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