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Elizabeth Cafe

 

I stumbled across Elizabeth’s Cafe when my partner dragged me on a walk around Glebe. The food at Elizabeth’s was amazing. So I made a sure to go back, this time with my camera.

Part of Elizabeth’s food philosophy is to try and capture what food was like back when everything was made by hand. It really shows in the taste of the food. Everything tastes just like you would expect, but there is a little something that you cant put your finger on until you know that it’s all made by hand, even the mayo and pesto.  The cafe sits half way up Glebe point road near the post office, so if someone is dragging you around Glebe, check it out. Even if you are not getting dragged around, it’s well worth the walk.

 

Steak sandwich with caramelised onions, lettuce and chips $13.50

Vegetarian Sandwich with Grilled Seasonal Vegetables, Roasted Tomato With Pesto $12.50

Crumbed chicken burger with chips. $13.50

175 Glebe Point Road, Glebe NSW Australia 2037

After our lunch we headed up to Glebe markets where we shared a Hungarian Kürtőskalács (“doughnut”).

We opted for the cinnamon coating. If you have not had one of these yet, you don’t know what you are missing.

 

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3 Comments

  • Reply chocolatesuze August 24, 2011 at 2:09 pm

    love Kürtőskalács! i like mine rolled in the 100’s and 1000’s hehe

    • Reply Paul August 25, 2011 at 3:42 pm

      I have never been able to get anything other then the cinnamon flavour, as it is soooo freaking good. But for science I will try the 100’s and 1000’s. Or maybe i will just have to get two next time 🙂

  • Reply Vivian - vxdollface August 28, 2011 at 10:50 pm

    :O never had these Hungarian doughnuts before! I really need to get out more often haha

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