Oh My Days
A cafe in Glebe baking 'buttery' vegan croissants and pastries.
March 12, 2020
Glebe Point Road's Oh My Days is baking 'buttery' croissants and pastries along Glebe Point Road — and they're all vegan.
Owner and fine-dining chef David Rigby (Bentley, Est. China Doll) opened the vegan bakery and cafe in mid-2019. Here, the pastries are baked daily in-house, with pastry chef Yosef Paulsen (Kitchen by Mike) overseeing the bulk of the baking. Apart from almond ($7), chocolate ($7) and plain croissants ($6) — which are made using wholewheat stone ground flour — you'll also find berry danishes ($7), tarts ($7) and banana bread ($4.5).
Elsewhere on the menu, the French influence is swapped for Mexican flare (and the fit-out follows suit). All-day brekkie includes burritos ($17) and bowls ($19) filled with scrambled tofu, grilled corn, butternut squash and jalapeño salsa. There are also blueberry and blue corn pancakes ($18) topped with cashew coconut ice-cream and organic maple syrup. For lunch, there are mushroom and cauliflower adobo tacos ($13 for three), plus more burritos ($18–19) and a 'chilli sin carne' quesadilla ($18) for good measure.
On the drinks side, coffee beans are roasted in-house by barista John Lee (Devon Cafe) — and made using nut milks, of course. Other options include hibiscus and tangerine kombucha ($5), and cacao and banana 'milkshakes' ($9), made with coconut ice cream. If you're after something boozy, it's also slinging natural wines, craft beers and a selection of cocktails — we suggest you enjoy these in the venue's outdoor courtyard.