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Devon on Danks, Waterloo

It's been a while since I've written up a review but I'm back. It may only be momentarily, but I'll try to be more consistent because I have so much food to show to you guys after my month of non existent food blogging! Anyhow, after a very, very long time of eyeing this place, I have finally made the visit to Devon on Danks. With all those flaky cronuts flooding my instagram feed, I was so excited to finally get my hands on one for myself. 

I always have to start off my brunch adventures with some sort of coffee so I opted for a Cappucino. I'm not the best at describing coffee nor distinguishing between a good blend and bad blend but the guy sitting at our share table had at least 3 coffees throughout the duration of our meal so hopefully that tells you how good the coffee was. 

'Naked' Bruschetta- $14.50
People would usually describe me as an indecisive person when it comes to food but on this particular occasion I was even more indecisive than usual. Everything caught my eye but I ended up ordering a 'Naked Bruschetta'. I'm not a big fan of beetroot but this dish may have just turned beetroot around for me.

The beetroot is the hero of this dish but the combination of the goats curd on the piece of walnut bread along with the kale crumble brought balance to the dish and made it very enjoyable. Let's also not forget the beautiful egg that lies on top of everything. If you love all things beetroot then this is definitely the dish for you!

Devon's Breakfast Burger- $16.50
My dining companion opted for Devon's Breakfast burger which contains wagyu brisket, hash potatoes, smoked beans, tasty cheese, cucumber pickle and of course a fried egg on top to complete the dish. When they first brought out the dish I gave my friend "the look" because the burger was so small in comparison to the serving board. Generally, people order chips with this or bacon so that explains all that space. Despite the emptiness, my friend said it was really filling and looked deceptively small. They really enjoyed it and said they would have another one if they could. 

Coconut Cronut- $6.50
Introducing the heroes of the meal. The cronuts otherwise known as 'Cronnies' are of course the thing that I was most looking forward too and they did not disappoint. We tried both the Coconut and the Salted caramel and popcorn cronut. This left me in a food coma but I have no regrets because they were so flaky. So crunchy and just pure goodness. My iPhone does not do these cronuts justice because they are much flakier in real life. If you even do visit Devon on Danks, make sure you grab one!
Salted Caramel and popcorn Cronut- $6.50
I really enjoyed my time here and the staff is so friendly. It was quite busy even though we went on a weekday and that's always a good sign. I highly recommend the cronuts so if you're ever in the area, definitely check this place out.

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  1. oh! them cronuts!!! They have new flavours, I really liked their pork floss one.
    A revisit is needed

    1. OMG pork floss sounds so goood! Definitely revisiting

  2. I must be the only person in Sydney who still hasn't gotten around to trying a cronut... I definitely need to try this place now though, that salted caramel cronnie looks sooo good and decadent!

    1. OMGG you're missing out ! Yes definitely get the caramel one.. so good

  3. Haha I'm such an indecisive diner too. That coconut cronut is making me drool!!

  4. Oh my gosh, I literally gasped when I saw your pictures. Those eggs are just perfection! I never got to try the cronut when they first came out, but that popcorn one has got me tempted to wait in line somewhere, haha.

    Stephanie ● Sartorial Diner

  5. Still have yet to try Devon on Danks!!
    Loving the photos, all the food is making me drool!!!

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