Breakfast Ramen @The Rising Sun workshop cafe

Category: Cafe/Japanese

Coffee: $4-8

Food: $6-17

Rising Sun Workshop is located in a side street off King St, Newtown. This innovative cafe is attached to a community funded garage that runs workshops where people can learn how to fix their motor bikes. It is a cool space with all sorts of bikes parked out the front. When you enter there is an open space with a garage totally separated from the cafe but allowing you to see all of the action.The cafe has a insustrial feel with a few bikes displayed and some cool artistic pieces. The staff are relaxed, friendly and provide excellent service.

We stopped in for breakfast and there were a number of dishes that got our attention. The coffee by single O was nice, including a cold drip. For our meal, we ended up ordering the breakfast ramen and the Hokkaido bacon and egg milk bun. The breakfast ramen was delicous, not just a gimmick. Buttered toast broth with bacon, eggs and tomato. We also heard that they have previously done a mac and cheese ramen on a specials menu. I would have loved to have tried this one.

The Hokkaido bacon and egg milk bun with kimslaw was also very tasty. A Japanese/Korean take on an Aussie favourite(the bacon and egg roll) soft milk bun, bacon poached egg and a kimchi/slaw hybrid for an added flavour kick.

We loved this cafe, the concept and their innovative menu. If you are after something a more exciting than the norm, this place is definitely recommended.

https://www.risingsunworkshop.com/

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