Tuesday, 7 January 2014

The Wedge Espresso. Literally.


2013 was definitely the year of cafes, so many cafes opened i could barely cheap up with them (my list of to visits just gets longer so if anyone needs a cafe buddy, holler this way!)

Glebe Point Road has an abundance of eateries, i assure you that you will never be short of choices here! 


One of my latest discoveries is Wedge espresso. No, seriously. 


Just off the main strip is a hole-in-the-wall cafe, a tiny strip of place converted into something minimalistic and hippy. 

I love the window seats, you can gaze out onto the streets and observe whats happening on the ever so busy Glebe Point road. 



I spy cyanide & happiness! love the comics! 


First up is the iced coffee minus cream and ice cream. This is one of the best iced coffees i've had in sydney, it can totally rival the one at The Three Ropes/ Circa and Beejays Marickville. 


The iced milo brings back childhood memories. This was pretty amazing. 

The food menu is simple and no fuss with a range of breakfast items, salads and sandwiches. 


On my first visit i had the pulled pork sambo decked out with spring onion, mint, corriandor, plum sauce and black sesame. Boy this was delicious! I could eat this every day and be very happy! 


Look at how generous they are with the sandwich fillings! *thumbs up*


My friend orders the double smoked ham toastie with tomato chutney and gruyere, it a fancier play on the plain old ham and cheese toastie. simple and delicious. 


cheeeeeese!



On my second visit i order the poached chicken and fresh herbs sambo. i found the chicken to be a little dry but the anything with avo is a winner so not complaining!


cool artwork on the wall. 

Its sad that i no longer work in the area because Wedge espresso's iced coffee and iced milo is pretty damn good! I would totally drive out there just to get some right now!!

Address: Crn of Cowper St and Glebe Point Rd, Glebe, NSW 2037.

Opening hours: 
Mon - Sat8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Sun9:00 am - 3:00 pm







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21 comments:

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    1. it sure is! simple but delicious!

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  2. i seriously gotta try that pulled pork sandwich. that just looks so droolworthy

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  3. The pulled pork sambos are tasty, and ha yes those window seats feel like you're sitting on the street.

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  4. Looooove melted cheese in a toastie!

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  5. Those sandwiches look delish :9 And I love milo, I want!

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    1. their sandwiches are simple and tasty, love em!

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  6. The food looks great! And most of us go to cafes for conversation and people watching so this set up is ideal for that :)

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    1. haha perfect for spying on people right?

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  7. LOL i have that same Cyanide and Happiness book. nerd points for that haha

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  8. This looks like a good little spot! I must add it to my ever-growing wish list.

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    1. my list is forever growing too, so i u need a brunch buddy let me know!

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  9. It's a bit like that isn't it? So many good new places opening up and no time!

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  10. Adorable find Amy! Now that you work elsewhere you'll just have to try the food in your new vicinity, eating more food? What a chore =P

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  11. Adorable little find Amy! Now that you work elsewhere you must eat the food within the vicinity of your workplace and share us some more of your finds :)

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  12. Love this place - This was definitely a staple when I was at uni!

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