Jhonny Pump

Wednesday, March 30, 2016 Sharon Halim 0 Comments

Johnny Pump is one of the cafe that I learnt it's existence from Instagram. They are famous for their freak shakes. 
I went here straight from the airport when I arrived in Melbourne, after my recent vacations. Just because it's located so far away from my home that I would not be able to visit Jhonny Pump on normal days. The Cafe has a small indoor and outdoor area. Inside the cafe was dark, a bit gloomy and has a rustic feeling to it.

Blue Heaven & Lemon tart Freak Shakes ($5). The taste was pretty subtle and dominantly taste like vanilla. The lemon tart was just average.

Brooklyn cast iron "Baked Eggs" - Nonna's tomato sugo, spinach, olives, feta, dukkah ($18.9). The baked eggs has a messy presentations and the poached eggs was made beautifully but the tomato sugo are pretty thin and sour. 

Burger Me Up Scotty - Jhonny's wagyu lunch beef burger, grilled tomato, ice berg lettuce, caramelised onions, ranch sauce, American cheese melt, pineapple slice, soft brioche bun and fries ($17.5). The bun was pretty soft and the meat was full of flavour but the chips was average.

Their service was really slow, it takes a long time for them to bring out our food. I was really tired from previous 10 hours flight and really want something good to eat. They are friendly and it was weekdays and they were pretty busy. Jhonny Pump has a potential to become one of the leading cafe in it's area with a little bit more refining touch.

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Johnny Pump Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato
Monday-Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday-Saturday: 8.30am-9pm
Sunday: 8.30am-4pm

Johnny Pump
87 Fletcher St
Essendon, VIC 3040