Sunday, January 08, 2017

Brekkie @ Penny University

The first time we ate at Penny University both Andrew and I ordered humongous croissants cooked French-toast style with lashings of mascarpone. They were delicious and picturesque, though I didn't blog about them as I felt a bit overwhelmed by all the sugar. I usually go for savoury rather than sweet breakfast foods and the giant croissant reminded me why ...

Penny University tends to be very crowded so we took advantage of January being Canberra's quietest month and went there for brekkie today.

He had:

Black barley porridge slow cooked with spiced almond milk,
with nuts, seasonal fruit and a goat's cheese and maple panna cotta

and she had:

Smashed avocado and chèvre on toasted dark rye, with charred
corn and quinoa tabouleh, chilli oil and a poached egg

The coffee was good too. The menu has heaps of yummy-looking options and some fun puns. We'll have to brave the crowds again one day, methinks.

Penny University Coffee Roasters Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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