Chapter IV: A Paddington Brunch Crowd Favourite

In the mood for a generous plate of waffles or a leisurely brunch to catch up with friends? Dining at Chapter IV, one of the most popular all-day breakfast restaurants in Paddington, is always a treat.

Chapter IV takes great pride in its all-day menu, serving up classic breakfast and brunch comfort food ranging from eggs benedict to stacks of waffles — the latter a restaurant speciality that’s very much in demand among regular customers. 

Their Maple Waffle Stack consists of a generous serving of waffles stacked atop one another, partnered with smokey bacon ice cream, ranch dressing, American cheese, crispy chicken skin, and bacon bits. 

Those craving for something a little more familiar can also order Chapter IV’s classic Big Breakfast. That’s two free-range eggs prepared their way, served alongside lamb and rosemary sausages, maple-cured bacon, sauteed broccolini, herb-roasted roma tomato, roasted field mushrooms, a hash brown, and house-made tomato relish and sourdough toast.

The restaurant has much more to offer than delicious meals and brunch options. They have a wide selection of hot and cold beverages to complement each meal.

Coffee and tea lovers will love the drink menu which contains a variety of blends and brews such as white coffee, black coffee, chai masala, and an assortment of teas including English breakfast and forest berry.

For those looking for something sweeter, they also have pressed fruit juices, kombucha, and ginger beer. Soft drinks and lemonade are also available. Chapter IV also has milkshakes, which come in vanilla, chocolate, hazelnut, caramel, and many other flavours.

Chapter IV can be found at 180 Latrobe Terrace, Paddington. For more information, visit their website here. Follow their social media accounts on Facebook and Instagram for the latest updates on meals, deals, dates, and other special announcements concerning the restaurant. 

Chocolate in Steak? This Paddington Restaurant’s Concoction Will Blow You Away

Have you ever tasted chocolate in steak? It might sound like a crazy food concept but you could be blown away by its taste and flavour. 

To sample this delectable dish, visit Chapter IV at Latrobe Terrace in Paddington. Chef Micheal Robinson concocted the chocolate steak to celebrate World Chocolate Day last Sunday, the 7th of July. However, you may still order this dish for a limited time at the restaurant this month.

Chapter IV’s chocolate steak features sirloin rubbed with cocoa, tangy slaw, parmigiana Reggiano with rosemary potato wedges, chimichurri, bacon with dark chocolate sauce. This meal is best paired with a bottle of whiskey to further tickle your tastebuds. 

Chef Robinson uses Ruby Chocolates with its distinct pink colour for this creation. The latest chocolate brand to hit the Australian market, Ruby chocolates come from pink cocoa beans. 

“We are well known by our regulars for our deserts, particularly when we get creative and extreme for special occasions like this, so the pressure was definitely on to think outside the box,” Chef Robinson said.  

“I was a little concerned when the chef first described the chocolate steak, but when we tasted it, our mind was blown,” Jessica Ndenda of Chapter IV said. “Who would have thought chocolate on steak would be so amazing!” 

Chef Robinson also got creative with a special dessert featuring Ruby Chocolates. Diners of Chapter IV may also order the Ruby Chocolate Cupcake, a fluffy pink and white dessert with frosting, cookie crumbs, milk chocolate ganache and mini marshmallows. 

Photo Credit: Chapter IV

“I have watched Ruby chocolate become more prominent in the market over the past months and knew it was time to introduce it to our community. I know they will be surprised and delighted by it,” Chef Robinson said, adding, “Make no mistake, it is not pink chocolate, it is a completely different type of chocolate.”

Chapter IV, which opened in 2015, opens daily from 7:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. For reservations phone 0733671285 or message the restaurant on its Facebook page.