The Workshop Brothers may have moved to Melbourne’s CBD, but their old stomping ground in Glen Huntly is still serving up the reputable coffee common to the Workshop bros name. Asides from a few modifications, such as the new mural on the back wall, the new owners have kept the same atmosphere, and most of the menu remains unchanged. You can still order the much loved Workshop Benedict with 12 hour slow cooked beef brisket in house made bourbon and BBQ sauce; along with the Mushroom Omelette, Le Paul Wagyu beef burger; Steak frites; and Cassoulet with white beans, Toulouse Sausage, and confit duck. They have even added herbed potato rostis; and a Pulled Lamb burger to the menu.
Coffee is sourced from Axil Roasters, and todays single origin offering was nothing short of spectacular. The Costa Rican Don Jose is a yellow honey processed Caturra varietal, which means 50% of the coffee cherries mucilage was left on the bean before drying. This form of processing allows for the coffees natural sweetness to prevail, along with floral tones. My long black had a sweet juicy body, with red grape flavours.
1146 Glen Huntly Rd
Glenhuntly VIC 3163