The group behind Nour, Cuckoo Callay, Lilymu and Henrietta are getting ready to open their latest venue in Sydney’s Parramatta.
The lobbyist is located on the NAB building on Parramatta Square and welcomes customers from 3 November.
Guests will be able to eat in or take away food and beverages from 7am to 4pm Monday to Friday.
“The lobbyist is there to serve all the businesses in the surrounding area and offers great coffee, delicious food and impeccable service,” said Ibby Moubadder, co-founder and CEO.
“When you walk into The Lobbyist, you feel like you could be in London or New York, and that’s exactly what we were looking for.”
Ollie Hughes has taken on the role of head chef and has put together a breakfast and lunch menu that elevates the classics.
Diners can expect dishes including mango lassi, chia and oat bircher muesli; lemon and white chocolate hotcake with honey, berries and vanilla yogurt, and of course an avocado toast option.
Lunch is centered around a series of salad bowls along with sandwiches on focaccia filled with mortadella, smoked fior di latte and balsamic-pickled onions or fried pumpkin, grilled halloumi and basil pesto.
Reformatory Lab is behind the coffee, and there is also a selection of wines, beers and cocktails as well as non-alcoholic options.
The lobbyist is opening its doors from this Wednesday.