Sitting Pretty at The Catbird Seat

14 Dec Sitting Pretty at The Catbird Seat

1940’s, The Catbird Seat is a short story in which the phrase ‘the catbird seat’ was coined. It means an enviable position: the upper hand, sitting pretty.It makes a fitting name, then, for a Brisbane bistro whose co-owner and head chef, James Guldberg, once laid claim to the culinary delights produced by the kitchens of celebrated Brisbane restaurants Piaf, Sardine Tin, The Survey Co. and Aquitaine Brasserie.