Sunday, July 30, 2017

Workshop Brothers, Glen Waverley MELB

Another Monday thus begins and seeing that a long week is anticipated, a slow paced dinner out seemed feasible at that point. The bunch of us walked along Kingsway before settling down for the newly opened Workshop Bros, an Asian fusion themed cafe turned restaurant at night.

Service is very attentive and in terms of atmosphere, we rather enjoyed the laid back mood, unlike in some restaurants that have music blaring out of their speakers, attempting to add an upbeat aura.

Worthwhile noting that they do have a decent, albeit limited, selection of wines that covers just about every taste bud be it savoury or sweet, strong or mild.

Beef tartare - steak mixed with coriander, mint, chilli, fried garlic and shallots. A very refreshing way to start our meal.

Bro bao buns - diners have the option of choosing from chicken or pork belly. Both equally delicious and got us craving for more.

Green duck curry - a little disappointed when this came out as I was under the impression that the duck breast would have been already simmered in the curry for some time and thereby attaining a softer, robust aromatic flavour. Not much curry to go around and no, it was not spicy at all.

Thit Kho - one of our favourites despite already having had a sliver of pork belly for our entree. There is something very enticing about cutting into a caramelized piece of protein and dipping it into a pool of thick, sticky gravy.

Mellow yellow curry - another orthodox curry dish that does taste lovely although again, would have been much better had it been simmered in the curry for some time.

Workshop Brothers Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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