Devon Cafe Barangaroo
Shop 19, 200 Barangaroo Avenue, Barangaroo
02 9262 4660
Ever had cravings for a soft serve and hot chips at the same time, in the same dish? Now you can have it all at Barangaroo’s Devon Cafe, the boundary-pushing vision for casual dining with upmarket credentials
Originally opened in Surry Hills, Devon Cafe on Devonshire had one goal in mind: to bring casual cafe food into line with fine dining service, spaces and experiences. Since then, the Devon brand has become synonymous with culinary accolades across Sydney, a huge social media following and trendsetting dishes that have put this inner-city institution on the map in a big way. The opening of its Barangaroo site in 2016 has only proven its success, and the team here will ensure you stay one step ahead of Sydney’s culinary trends.
Akin to its surroundings in the sleek Barangaroo complex, the Devon Cafe space itself is sophisticated and modern, complementing the innovative dishes devoured within. With an open kitchen emulating sizzling sounds of salmon on the grill, you’ll be drawn further and further in, just waiting until that Instagram-worthy meal is sitting right there in front of you.
Devon Cafe is constantly at the forefront of Sydney’s food trends, paving the way for the next golden smashed avo moment or acai bowl craze. True to its cutting-edge style, Devon’s menu takes traditional breakfast and lunch favourites and shakes them up with innovative flair.
Forget your standard French toast and opt for the Little Lost Bread – combining meringue, vanilla heilala cream, chestnut vermicelli and vanilla bean ice cream atop Devon’s special French toast base. The same goes for eggs and bacon, which is instead served Croissant Royale style, between a butter croissant that’s topped with fresh Western Australian truffle.
Unique to Devon’s Barangaroo cafe is the Japanese inspired Sando Menu, only available on weekends. From salmon katsu with yuzu mayo and cabbage, to the Kji fried chicken with samjang sauce and kimchi, the Sando Menu is adding another element of cultural cuisine to the already extensive Devon repertoire.
To drink, a range of smoothies and juices are lapped up with haste. The house blend coffee as well as the single-origin on offer are in great demand, with over 8000 cups of coffee devoured by more than 11,000 happy customers each week. There’s always room for one more, so it’s time hop skip or jump over to see what all the fuss is about.