Six Feet Under
Without coffee, we may as well be six feet under – at least that’s how we feel until we get that sweet caffeine hit. Six Feet Under in Newstead understands, and its subterranean home on Masters Street (the space formerly occupied by Black Milk Clothing) is a reliable spot to get the fix we need to feel alive. The team has preserving the original charm of the expansive 370-sqm basement space for the fit out, opening it right up to feature high ceilings and polished concrete floors highlighted by timber, steel and black accents. The kitchen has constructed a multi-faceted menu of familiar dishes with some seriously tasty flourishes. For the curious, we’re talking beignets with cinnamon, salted caramel and mascarpone, scallops with black pudding and pea panna cotta, fried-chicken katsu rolls with tonkatsu, and cured salmon with gin and passionfruit gravlax. Six Feet Under’s also got plenty of Mayde’s organic loose-leaf tea, Prana Chai, organic low-sugar drinks from Soda Press Co and juices from The Cleanse Kitchen if you aren’t a coffee drinker. The space converts into a 150-seat function venue by night, with plenty of room to plan the soiree of your dreams.