Esca

Esca

333b Glebe Point Rd | Glebe, Sydney, New South Wales 2037, Australia, GLEBE

🛍 Pizza, Coffee, Breakfast, Tea, Cafes

3.5 💬89 Bewertungen

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Revel in the delectable offerings of Esca, a charming diner set in the picturesque 333b Glebe Point Rd | Glebe, Sydney, New South Wales 2037, Australia, GLEBE. With a menu bursting with flavor, it's a must-visit for any food lover. With a superb rating of 3.5, our restaurant consistently impresses discerning diners. Our 98 reviews speak volumes about our commitment to delivering an unforgettable culinary journey. Craving our cuisine? Order via http://esca-glebe.com.au/cafe-menu/, your digital doorway to a meal to remember.


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Ada Williamson
Ada Williamson

I felt unwelcome. I was solo, with my laptop, wanting to do work, like many people on the go nowadays. No wifi. Poor mobile reception for my hotspot. When I asked if there was wifi, an arrogant/rude no came back. To me it communicated, we don't want people working on laptops here. Bugger off kind of a response.

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Reviews

Miss Shana Klocko
Miss Shana Klocko

I lived in Glebe almost 20 years ago - this area was a walk down memory lane. The light lunch at Esca was fab as was the coffee which was fantastic.


Thalia Glover MD
Thalia Glover MD

My family's been coming here for brunch for many years, and I also have business meetings there as we live near by. There is a changed management in the past few years and happily the food remains high quality and the prices remain reasonable, with the added bonus of a very friendly owner manager who pays extra attention to its service and interested in client's feedback. I also noticed they regularly add new touches to enhance its decors and environment, like fresh flowers and new furnitures etc. Highly recommended.


Dr. Johathan Reichel V
Dr. Johathan Reichel V

As locals we tried this place once for dinner. Only had pizzas but they lacked substance. Should have read the reviews about the rude manager before going back a second time. Met a friend for coffee at 3.15pm. Advertised closure on the door was 4.30pm. At 3.25pm the bill was unceremoniously dumped on the table, we were told they were closing at 3.30pm and asked to leave. This was despite being only half way through our coffee and cake. When we questioned the time on the door, we were told “Not today”. Obviously as we were the only ones in the café, the owner thought it wasn’t worth his time staying open for another hour for us alone. The muffin was very dry, so we wouldn’t have finished it anyway. Rude manager? Will we return? Draw your own conclusion …


Karley Rutherford
Karley Rutherford

This is a cafe I have eaten breakfast in at least twice a week and yet I have never reviewed it. I have never had a bad coffee and there is a great choice of breakfasts on the menu. Jim the owner and his staff are always welcoming and friendly. I have also had some very good lunches at the cafe with friends. If you are a local you will know this cafe is one of the the best in Glebe for breakfast, lunch, dinner and coffee.


Georgianna Pfannerstill
Georgianna Pfannerstill

We love esca. We came across it by accident when we were walking around Glebe and went every weekend there after. The owner is a an Aussie dad type, a good bloke- love his conversation, humour and banter. He's quite knowledgeable on the local area too and we've had loads of interesting chats.The eggs Benedict are amazing and the coffees are strong and rich- the aroma of coffee beans is heavenly.Lots of lovely young staff onboard and I really like they are never understaffed like many of the other cafes in Glebe Point Road. They're always friendly and very helpful with suggestions and questions about the menu.We moved to Melbourne recently and we've not found another place like Esca :( I hope we do because honestly, this was my favourite part about living in Glebe.


Percy Swift
Percy Swift

Open early for sit down or take away coffee. Pleasant service, to-die-for homemade jam with toasted sourdough.


Jamal Simonis
Jamal Simonis

We've come a few times to this cafe. Never been too excited about their breakfast or lunches. They do have lovely outdoor seating. While I wouldnt rush there for breakfast/lunch, their campos coffees are good and they have a wide selection of pastries/cakes. Our most recent visit was for coffee and it was very pleasant & relaxing.

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Categories

  • Pizza
  • Coffee
  • Breakfast
  • Tea
  • Cafes
  • Brunch
  • Australian
  • Contemporary
  • European
  • Cheese
  • Chocolate

Amenities

  • Reservations
  • Seating
  • Waitstaff
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Takeout
  • Families With Children
  • Vegetarian Friendly
  • Highchairs Available

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