The anonymity of this place elevates its uniqueness, heightening the appreciation and most definitely, keeping it away from those pesky students at the TAFE across the road.
Green & blue tiled walls, fauna filled tables and an ambiance that removes all memory of where you are – at the back of an apartment block on a busy Bankstown road.
Other than the calm and whisk-you-away character that Glaçage oozes, head chef Aziza and her team plate up some of the best breakfast dishes experienced this side of Sydney, to date.
You can opt-in for their modern take on the Levant’s finest and favoured staples, such as the Fatteh [chickpeas and tahini topped yoghurt, layered between crispy Lebanese bread with a sprinkle of roasted almonds, pomegranate seeds and burnt butter sauce] or go for something more traditional, like the Pretty In Pink [a crunchy brioche french toast topped with lime infused mascarpone cheese, pecan crumble, toasted coconut flakes, raspberries and organic maple syrup.]
No matter what you’re craving, this hidden gem is sure to reel you back in time and time again.
Chapel Rd, Bankstown