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Oh My Days

A cafe in Glebe baking 'buttery' vegan croissants and pastries.
By Marissa Ciampi
March 12, 2020
By Marissa Ciampi
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.

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