Edition Coffee Roasters, Haymarket

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SYDNEY | Edition Coffee Roasters, when it was located in Darlinghurst, was one of our favourite cafes in Sydney. From the sleek, bright, minimalist Scandinavian and Japanese inspired interior through to the food, which also drew influences from the aforementioned countries, there was a lot to like. Add to that some fantastic coffee, and there was always a reason to go back.

The original Edition closed in September 2018, leaving the Haymarket location, which opened in the middle of the same year, as the sole cafe. From the moment you walk inside, it’s clear that this new location isn’t just an example of more of the same. Gone is the light theme of the original, replaced with a palette of dark wood, exposed beams, concrete and stone. It feels more Japanese than the original – there’s even a horigotatsu (table with sunken floor) style seating area.

The Japanese influence also flows through to the menu. While there are still Scandinavian influences, Japanese-born head chef Shinichi Hasegawa’s menu leans much more heavily on the Japanese side of things.

The tonkatsu curry burger is fantastic, with a wonderfully tender, crumbed and fried piece of pork sandwiched in between a Japanese milk bun along with yuzu slaw and Japanese curry. Somehow, the thing manages to hold together until the very last bite. Other dishes include things like miso-glazed lamb rump with smoked mash and charred sprouts, and an udon noodle bowl with pipis, egg yolk and XO sauce. There’s a nice little selection of sides too – the kombu rice is particularly tasty.

Those with a sweet tooth should try the seasonal souffle pancake, which makes its way across from the Darlinghurst menu. Depending on the time of year it might contain vanilla and white chocolate ganache and strawberries, or mango, peach, and cream cheese.

Coffee, as one would expect, is still fantastic. Owners Daniel Jackson and Corie Sutherland source beans from around the world and roast them to suit a variety of coffee styles, espresso, filter, cold brew and more. There’s also a very decent selection of teas sourced from China and Japan.

Edition Coffee Roasters

60 Darling Drive
Haymarket
New South Wales 2000
Australia

Telephone: (02) 9331 5175
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Mon – Fri: 7:00am to 5:00pm
Sat – Sun: 8:00am to 5:00pm

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