Devon Cafe Opens It’s Doors at Barangaroo

by Madeleine Borgersen

The newest addition to the new Barangaroo district is bringing some old favourites as well as a new unique offering to switch up those midweek meals.

Devon Cafe Opens It's Doors at BarangarooOpening it’s newest doors at the new Barangaroo complex, Devon brings some of it’s much-loved staples – think Breakfast with the Sakumas, Green Tea Soft Serve and Fries  and Little Lost Bread French Toast.

The new Devon Cafe Barangaroo, also features a made-to-order Japanese sandwhich bar offering fillings like bacon and ebi katsu, KJI fried chicken or eggplant parmi, perfect for your midweek lunches.

“We really wanted to produce something easy to take away for our customers, but we both don’t like the idea of pre-made sandwiches sitting there for hours. So we decided to make sando fresh to order,”

Executive Chef and Owner Zacharay Tan

Devon Cafe Opens It's Doors at BarangarooEarly 2017 will bring an asian-style tapas to the dinner menu as well as a range of beer, wine and cocktails.

The space seats up to 75 people in a bright, contemporary fit out by Matt Woods Design. Taking inspiration from the former shipping yard that existed in the Barangaroo location, the space is filled with reused and up-cycled elements from their Waterloo venue alongside buoy-inspired lighting and bleached timber tables.

Devon Café Barangaroo is located near David Jones at shop 9, 200 Barangaroo Avenue, Barangaroo NSW, 2000.
Monday – Friday: 6:30am-4:30pm
Weekends: 9:00am-4:30pm

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