Took a friend to Public for brunch a couple of weeks ago and had grilled jumbo prawns served over a spicy egg scramble, decadent french toast and eggs benedict. The food was unexpectedly good and the bartender, Tomas, was outstanding. An earl grey tea mimosa and a much needed bloody mary were the highlights on that front. It's busy on Sundays, but bar seating is comfortable if you can't get there early enough. They stop serving at 3.30pm. The crowd is 25-35, and attractive so the people-watching is fun. Probably not the best place to take kids. It's not a cheap brunch so take someone special. Enjoy.