With a first in, first served basis at Sweet Mother's Kitchen, there's no mucking about. They have taken a South American theme and covered this restaurant in décor that reflects their authentic home style cooking.
What makes them different from any other South American restaurant is that they proudly use organic produce, milk, eggs, corn-fed chicken and pork to create your delicious comfort food and decadent dessert pies.
Sweet Mother's Kitchen doesn't take any bookings, leave your phone number and they call you when a table is ready. Pop up to the top of Courtenay and indulge in some American soul food.
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South American Restaurant, Organic Produce, Corn-fed Chicken, Corn-fed Pork, No Bookings, Liquor License
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Down the Mt. Victoria end of Courtney Place is Sweet Mothers Kitchen, a New Orleans fashioned restaurant with southern style cooking. Brunch here goes all day on a Sunday, so its an excellent choice if you are a late riser. I’m a big fan of the eggsadilla which is essentially a large breakfast burrito, also on the highly rated menu are the waffles with fried chicken, top shelf hangover food for those who are in need, also good anytime for those who are fans of well, fried chicken!
Sweet Mother's Kitchen is on this list out of pure respect. This is one of the establishments that makes Wellington so unique, and just another reason why the Capital is such a desirable dining destination. Head there for home-style cooking inspired by New Orleans, Cajun and Creole cuisine with a tasty hint of Mexican snack food on the side. It feels so good being in the hands of a team with so much experience and love for what they do, you’ll feel it once you get there. Important: Breakfast is served ‘til 5pm on the weekends (many a hungover patron has reaped the rewards) but if you’re not feeling the effects of the night before - or you want to keep the ball rolling/get back on the horse - then ask for their brilliant beverage list (particularly the beers!)