We came to Revolver based on several recommendations from friends.It was a weekday morning around 10am and the restaurant was busy!I can only imagine how hard it would to get a seat here on a Sat/Sun for brunch.
The café is located on the corner of a quiet suburban street in Annandale.Rustic wooden doors and floors greet you as you walk to the entrance, and the café décor is made up of mismatched old-school chairs and fittings.We were seated towards the back of the café, giving us a sneak-peak into the open kitchen, constantly churning out hot plates of brunch-goodness.
Big sign, inside the Cafe
We had the Revolver Big Breakie, consisting of two eggs baked in our house-made beans, honey cured bacon, roast tomato, mushrooms, pork fennel sausage & toast ($16.50).It came out piping hot in a frying pan, filled with fresh vegetables and beans, with the two eggs on top.To the side was a slightly toasted thick slice of bread, accompanied with herb olive oil dipping sauce. We also added a Cranberry Bran muffin ($4) and a latte ($3.20) to wash it all down.
Revolver Big Breakie, consisting of two eggs baked in our house-made beans, honey cured bacon, roast tomato, mushrooms, pork fennel sausage & toast ($16.50).
Cranberry Bran muffin ($4)
Love the quaint feel of this café and was nice to experience it without the heavy traffic that it normally gets on the weekend.Next time around, I want to try the Revolver’s own gluten free banana bread toasted w butter ($4.50), and the Eggs Benedict with two poached eggs, organic free range ham, baby spinach & hollandaise sauce on toast ($15.50).Guess I’m already planning ahead for future trips here!