Sydney coffee roaster cum retailer cum cafe with a South American inspired menu
I was searching for a cafe to have brunch options on Friday and came across Reuben Hills. It was within walking distance to my hotel and I could make a trip to Bourke Street Bakery so I thought, why not.
Reuben Hills is a cafe, coffee roaster and retailer. It menu has a South/Central American influence. Unfortunately, I did option for such inspired options. I opted for the NOT Reuben – wagyu salt brisket, pickled slaw, manchego and horseradish mayo on rye.
The portion was a little on the small side for the price point. But if you aren’t a big eater, this will suffice. In every way, this was really not the classic American Reuben sandwich, but I really fell in love with this dish mainly for the beef. The beef was well seasoned, and had a nice char flavor to it. It was still tender without being too dry and it was really meaty. It went well with the slaw.
The coffee here was good, and more on the nutty side. Wasn’t too bold or powerful. Still decent.
I do however, like the decor, vibe and industrial warehouse look of the place with the wooden fixtures and lights. Makes it a cool place to be.