Brewtown Newtown is the land of the cronuts. It’s where croissants and donuts make little baby cronuts. You’ll find the cafe/micro roaster/brew bar nestled on O’Connell Street, Newtown. Like most popular cafes, you can expect a wait. When J and I arrived for lunch we waited around 15 minutes before being seated at the bar. The menu has a range of breakfast and lunch items, having done by research the day before I was set on the Elvis Burger with a Cold Brew Coffee. J chose the Elvis Burger as well but with a breakfast juice.
|Cold brew coffee $6|
The cold brew came in a generous glass, the steeping process produced a clean and refreshing taste.
|Elvis burger $16.5|
The Elvis Burger is a mouth watering savoury cronut with ground beef patty, Canadian bacon, gruyere cheese and mayo served with chips and relish. I made the rookie mistake of trying to eat this delicious dish with my hands, use the cutlery to avoid the your hands from becoming oily!
It was so good that J was still raving about it 30 minutes after we left.
Even though I was quite full from the Elvis Burger, I couldn’t pass up on the famous Glazed Cronut. It was amazing. The cronut has the lightness of a croissant, the shape of a donut and sweet glaze on top.
Will I Return?
Yes. Totes. #Cronuts4life
The Sydney NoobAugust 20, 2014 at 6:10 am
I still haven't tried that Elvis burger!
Chris ChowAugust 20, 2014 at 10:46 am
You really should! It was delicious 🙂