Out of all the places I have visited in Sydney, Brewtown is the hottest place in town. At any weekend day, you will be sure to find at least four other tables in front you that had the same desire as you. At my first attempt there, the queue was so long that people were waiting across the road, I gave up and left with cronuts as a consolation prize. The time I did get in, was at 8:45am and the wait time was already 10 min.
The layout is compact with large communal tables, bar seats and smaller two-seaters. I think the layout is non-functional for people wanting coffee-to-go and cronuts to take-away have to go quite deep into the counter area which is often obstructed by the dine-in queue.


MINI EGG BENEDICT BRIOCHE ROLL $8.5

If you’re not the big brekky kind of person. This mini bun is just the right size also if you’re more of a sweet tooth and a fan of cronuts afterwards. The egg was cooked perfectly, with all the ingredients in harmony and it offered more of a gentle wake up in terms of flavours.


GRILLED BLACK SAUSAGE HOME MADE HASH BROWNS, CANADIAN BACON AND HOUSE RELISH WITH BOILED EGGS $16

Beautifully presented dish, the main element of this dish, the black sausage is to die for. All together great mixture of textures and flavours. If you have a big appetite this is surely not enough.

CRONUTS & COFFEE

 
 
 
The coffee is well above average. My personal favourite is the jam one but all are worth trying. Chocolate is the newest addition to the family of flavours and its pretty good, but the jam one still is the best one for me as it brings some moisture and another level of texture.

Conclusion

Spectacular breakfast, I can’t wait to come again for their lunch time menu. The cronuts are good but the star of the show are the dishes on the menu especially the Black Sausage dish. It is well-priced for the quality on offer.

Would I go again?

Yes.

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