Reuben Hills is a triple threat – it’s a cafe, coffee roaster and retailer.
Their all day menu is definitely not your average brunch fare. The team behind Reuben Hills have drawn up their coffee buying trips to central and south America to create an eclectic spread ranging from light meals like Organic Bircher Muesli to the more meaty Pork Arepas.
Diners are spoilt for choice when it comes to the coffee. There’s your typical white and black coffee as well as filter and cold brews. The cold brew undergoes a 5 hour extraction and is served over ice, the perfect way to cool down on a lazy Sunday.
My go to pick is The NOT Reuben which stars a stack of wagyu salt brisket wedged between two slices of rye. Pickled slaw adds a refreshing crunch, while the manchego brings a creamy gooeyness.
The Soft baked eggs with chorizo, kale and ranchero is egg-cellent.
This post was based on an independently paid visit.