Brewtown Newtown

Café
$
6-8 O'Connell St.
Newtown, NSW 2042
+61 2 9519 2920
Monday
8:00am - 4:00pm
Tuesday
8:00am - 4:00pm
Wednesday
8:00am - 4:00pm
Thursday
8:00am - 4:00pm
Friday
8:00am - 4:00pm
Saturday
8:00am - 4:00pm
Sunday
8:00am - 4:00pm

Tips

  • Polenta mushroom and poached eggs are superb. Missed out on a cronut, get here early if you want one. Coffee was also delicious, will definitely come back here.
  • Great coffee, delicious menu and friendly service. Love that their house water is lightly sparkled too!
  • Chocolate cronuts!
  • The staff were super friendly but I had to wait 40 minutes for my chicken salad (which was delicious) a few kinks need to be worked out before I highly recommend this cafe to people.
  • Brewtown. New to Newtown! Single origin and blends served up with home baked goodies like Boston cream pie cronuts! Beet cured trout with avocado is also very worthy of praise.
  • Yup eat everything!!
  • The polenta and poached eggs were great, but the corned beef and hash was even better. Iced black coffee is the perfect summer heat buster.
  • Also it was made clear by the waiter that we were no longer welcome after he provided the bill as soon as I finished my meal (my friend was still drinking her coffee) without us asking for it. Not hip
  • Corned beef hash was fabulous as was the coffee and the cronut. Will definitely be back!
  • Awesome poached chicken salad and coffee!
  • Cronuts! 'Nuff said!
  • Greasy oily cronuts! I feel sick after. I've tasted much better cronuts elsewhere.
  • Smoked salmon salad was a little bit worse than IKEA's salmon meal, and way more expensive. That means IKEA's salmon wins.
  • Let down. Not only was the portion sizes unjustifiably small considering their prices, the Elvis burger was extremely oily from the cronut and the chips were soggy and bland.
  • Elvis burger! Cronuts! Mmmmm
  • Had a great filter coffee. Wanted to buy the beans afterwards but they didn't have any on sale. They made me a free 100 gram tasting bag instead. How awesome is that?!
  • Menu is good, however the menu lacked gluten free options. We ordered a salad but noticed the vegetable component was deep fried with a risk of cross-contamination with flour from the deep fryer.
  • Poached egg with polenta is amazing, and I don't even like polenta. Pepe Saya butter with the toast, and the steampunk syphon machine is great to watch.
  • duck ravioli and cold brew
  • Marvelous coffee gadgetry to intrigue the experimentalists like the dedicated coffee filter station. Beetroot cured ocean trout and quinoa poached chicken salad both great for lunch!

Nearby places

277 Australia St (at Alton Ln)
193 Missenden Rd
Lennox St. (Australia St.)