Kitchen by Food Rebel whips up salads, sandwiches, breakfast foods and other specials in a rotating menu like Meat Free Monday, comprising healthy grub such as beetroot and quinoa salad ($15) and the Indonesian rujak-inspired veggie mix sandwich ($14). Other items available through Thursday include salads like baked pumpkin ($15), and roasted beef sandwiches ($18), all of which you can top up with extra ingredients such as eggs, baked tofu and chicken for an additional charge. There are also smoothes, coffee and tea to complete your meal.
For those who are powering through their lunch hour, the cafe also offers a delivery service with the CBD with a minimum order of $75 (an advance notice of two days is required) and a delivery fee of $12.
Additionally, those who are looking for an affordable happy hour (also gluten and dairy-free), they offer snacks like locally inspired, dairy- and nut-free Rebel chicken sliders, which have a dash of both sweet and spicy with the addition of gula melaka caramelized onions and spicy Malay sauce ($13). Vegeterians can go for the gluten-free rendang-sauced patatas bravas with a subtle kick ($9) or their egg frittata stuffed with shitake mushrooms and arugula ($12.50).
As for drinks, they focus on organic and biodynamic wines from France, available for Food Rebel Fridays, including crisp white wines from Alsace and easy-drinking reds from the Rhone and Loire Valleys and other boutique wineries. Wines by the glass start at a sweet $12 and bottles at $65.