GW Eats: Workshop Brothers @ Friday, July 26, 2019

Friday 16th Feb 

Workshop Bros has been on our to eat list ever since they moved to town, into a millennial pink approved cave like interior on main street. Don't loiter or ever sit outside, the fishmonger is next door.

As I freelance I like to meet clients out and about, for coffee, and so this is one of my favourite spots (when you get parking), especially as they have the Kaya Latte, which is coconuty and quite nice.

Mr Ok-O-Nomi-Yaki  - Cabbage and carrot fritters, poached egg, cucumber, 
coriander, sesame seeds, togarashi, tonkatsu sauce and kewpie mayo.

Breakfast with Fred, he's a simple man with simple taste. He says he doesn't like the green (cucumber) and is disappointed it's not steak... this was after letting me order for him. Sadly he did not me try this dish, but it sounds really good.

Sweet HK Waffles $20
HK Waffles (those bubble waffles) with dark chocolate parfait, 
yuzu foam, seeds, seasonal fruits, pasion fruit curd.

Who can go past this amazing dish? I mean it has yuzu foam! And high quality matcha ice cream (parma brand?). Dessert for breakfast with Persian fairy floss. We don't normally eat sugar for breakfast (despite being American) but this time we just couldn't resist!

First Thursday in April

Kaya coconuty latte and turmeric lattes.
Seated at the communal table the bar stools are quite nice and swivel.

Workshop Weapon $22 - 200g Spice Wagyu beef pattie, pickled pears & onions, 
mixed lettuce, tomato, mustard mayo, blue cheese on brioche bun with a side of chips.

Andy had a burger that was medium and quite good. I'm surrounded by boys of little words, anyone want to be my dinning companion? :P

Red Velvet Pancakes $19 - Coconut meringue, freeze dried fruits, 
mixed berries, white chocolate soil and mascarpone.

Red velvet pancakes were perfect! With fresh summer berries, micro herbs, freeze dried mandarin, strawberry jam like sauce, meringues and cream. Yum! I love this much more than our American grid waffles and the hk egg waffles.

Delighted that they have Little Bertha cakes.

Service was very friendly. There's a bar though they don't serve till 11am.

They are related to Homi (we love the feed me menu, that place reminds me of a nightclub - but clean, so if you like quite go earlier in the week).

Since our visit Workshop Bros have moved from GW to Southbank.

Workshop Brothers Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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