Glacage | Review

By 6:52 PM ,

 I have recently started a new job in South West Sydney, not that familiar with the area there was one thing people did recommend checking out- Glacage. One friend described it as the west’s answer to The Grounds of Alexandria so I was keen to check it out. Luckily the location chosen for my welcome to the team lunch was Glacage so I didn’t have to wait too long to try it.

The café is definitely one you have to be specifically looking for to try as is it is hidden away from the street but being tucked away gave it a nice quiet feel. The café is definitely not as big as the Grounds and there are no life stock but it does have a garden-y feel with undercover outdoor seating.

Glacage has a whole day breakfast menu and that’s clearly where their energy goes to because it is much larger than the lunch menu. Not that I am complaining- I love all day breakfast! One of their more “’gramable” dishes are there boards but on this occasion I couldn’t go past the baked eggs (I’ll go back to try one of the boards).

Their baked eggs, chickpeas and eggplants definitely have more of a Middle Eastern influence and tasted a little curry-like to me- very different to the tomato based Spanish style ones I have tried in the past. It is served with bread and is really filling. I was only able to get through three quarters of it and I was full until dinner (which is a big deal for a constant snacker like me). It was a tasty hearty dish that is perfect for a winter’s day.

The café also has a tempting collection of pastries and cakes, including mini versions of Papa’s Pasticceria famous ricotta cheesecake (both the original and Nutella).

Will definitely be back (probably several times!) and excited to discover other foodie spots in the area- if you know of any good spots please let me know!

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