Monday, 11 July 2016

The Glass Den

Just look at this spread, aren't we blessed with the good thing in life? There is no other way to experience Melbourne other than to embrace their brunch culture. Two Paper Pen headed down to Coburg to explore one of the best and must brunch destination, The Glass Den
Brunch Spread at The Glass Den
Firstly, let's talk about the Scot Free Salmon (images below) and how we were totally blown away by it. The presentation, interaction and of course the taste. When it was first placed on the table, the fog from the dry ice blurred the food inside the glass dome. Subtle mystery? We crave that!
(1/2) Scot Free Salmon

By chefs Winai and Pakchima 
Mystery revealed! Just look at that colours! Stunning! It consist of beetroot & thyme cured salmon with potato gratin, asparagus, candy strips beets, olive soil, squid ink feta, beetroot mousse and fruit cavia. The potato gratin is Jeany's absolute favourite especially when she put a bit of the beetroot mousse or the squid ink whipped feta. We love the food journey, every step of it. It was a true gastronomic experience.

(2/2) Scot Free Salmon

By chefs Winai and Pakchima 
The other dish will be the Soba Daikon. This dish consist of confit duck breast with green tea soba noodles, pearls mushrooms, asparagus & fried egg. We love that the house made daikon broth is served on a unique kettle ; Darwin don't like his noodle soggy and he only poured according to his preference. The broth really compliments the soba and the confit duck is just so tender and savoury; love the runny eggs! 
Soba Daikon
by head chef Pakchima
Melbourne's coffee are the best!
St Ali Coffee
The stare and perfect brows


Enjoy a snippet of our brunch experience.




The Glass Den
15 Urquhart Street, Coburg, Melbourne
03 9354 5032
Mon-Fri: 7am - 4pm
Sat - Sun: 8am - 4pm

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