We were in the mood for brunch, as the Top Paddock was too unreasonably lengthy and we couldn't stake out the wait because some of the girls had to head off to other things afterwards. Instead, we went across the road to Baby, hoping that they would offer brunch options. However it was already past noon and only the lunch menu was available.
We ordered a few things to share, although we didn't have a large appetite for too much carb. Even so, we still found the salmon pizza to be a standout and I especially enjoyed its abundance of toppings and creaminess.
The cabbage salad was fresh, albeit a tad dry. A dressing of some sort, plus some cheese would have been good. As for the arancini and croquette, they weren't cheap at $15 for four.