Workshop Brothers

Monday, January 25, 2016 Sharon Halim 0 Comments

Workshop Brothers is easily accessible from the Glen Huntly Station, runs by three young guys name Brian, John and Joe. I honestly love their icons of the wall, it really looks like them and I can easily recognise them from the icon. The cafe is spacey, warm, comfortable but simple with rustic brick walls exposed cement flooring, industrial light, big windows, pretty flower arrangement in jars and long communal table in front of the cafe.

Workshop Brothers is located near my area but like most people I often travel far away from my home to rustic, hipster neighbourhood to visit some popular cafe. It's a gloomy Saturday and I have a lot of things to do at home so I decide to try something not too far from my home.

We start of with the coffee as always, I ordered my usual cappuccino and my partner ordered his usual latte. Both comes in the right temperature, smooth, fluffy with a nice kind of bitter end.

Scotch Eggs - chorizo scotch eggs w/ heirloom carrots, meredith goats curd salad, saffron aioli ($15.9). The scotch eggs was fried and taste well but the salad was pretty messy and too sour for my taste.

Le Paul - homemade wagyu beef pattie w/tomato, balsamic caramelised blue d'affinois & pickled pears on toasted brioche bun served w/ herbed chips ($19.9). The brioche was nice but sadly the pattie was dry. I love the pears but I wish it would not be as sour, the sweet caramelized onions was great as well as the herbed chips.

They have a seasonal menu to keep us entertain. The staff were friendly but they are pretty laid back and slow. In term of prices, it's relatively reasonable. Some of my fellow bloggers recommended the quinoa & parmesan fritters, I'll be back to try them.

Workshop Brothers Specialty Coffee Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato
Monday-Friday: 7am-5pm
Saturday-Sunday: 8am-4pm

Workshop Brothers
1146 Glen Huntly Rd,
Glen Huntly, VIC 3163