And we couldn't be more thrilled, especially when there's an espresso martini involved. The Jason Atherton-owned Sydney restaurant has partnered with Mr Black coffee liqueur to bring freshly shaken espresso martinis (on wheels, no less) to spice up your next Sunday brunch. And the best bit? They're totally customisable - choose from spices like vanilla, star anise, nutmeg, cardamom or cinnamon and then select your spirit: vodka, tequila or orange liquor.

"It's a personal and accessible approach, giving the customer the opportunity to create their cocktail of choice and then see it being made," says Jamie Jones, group bar executive of The Social Company (Jason Atherton's hospitality group that owns Kensington Street Social). After encountering the Mr Black brand a year ago, Jones has partnered with the alcohol brand across many of The Social Company's bars and restaurants in London.

Espresso martini Sundays are officially a thing now

"The espresso martini trolley is all about being able to break down the boundaries of the white cloth experience and showcasing the greatest modern cocktail created within the last two decades," he says. We'd also like to add that it's a mighty fine way clear away the cobwebs on a sleepy Sunday morning, too.

The Kensington Street Social espresso martini trolley is now available every Sunday for brunch between 11am and 12.30pm.

3 Kensington Street, Chippendale NSW 2008,

Espresso martini Sundays are officially a thing now