You can now buy a large breakfast COB LOAF – complete with crispy bacon, gourmet sausage and eggs cooked your way
- Artisan bakers at Husk Bakery in Canberra now serve the big gingerbread
- The menu item consists of bacon, sausage, hash brown and eggs your way
- The large breakfast is $26, while the vegetarian option is $24
An unassuming cafe has created an epic ‘big breakfast’ cob loaf – complete with crispy bacon, gourmet sausage, hash brown and eggs cooked your way.
Artisan bakers at Husk Bakery in Canberra now serve the large breakfast flask for $26, and many diners say it’s big enough to feed two.
The cob loaf is served fresh from the oven, filled with bacon, sausage, hash brown, mushrooms, slow roasted tomato and homemade baked beans.
There’s also a vegetarian option for $24, and it comes with eggs your way, mushrooms, hash brown, roasted veggies, slow-roasted tomato, honey-glazed avocado, and baked beans.
Humble cafe Husk Bakery in Canberra has created an epic ‘big breakfast’ cob loaf – complete with crispy bacon, gourmet sausage, hash brown and eggs cooked your way
Customers can choose between white or sourdough bread.
The unique menu items only launched this week as the venue has confirmed it to be the first cob loaf cafe in Canberra.
Many customers have shared their glowing reviews of the new menu items, with one saying, “Big breakfast cob…I died and gone to heaven.”
“Everything is better in a cob bread,” said another.
As someone added: ‘We shared the big breakfast with cob loaf… So filling and great between two. It was good.’
There’s also a vegetarian option for $24, and it comes with eggs your way, mushrooms, hash brown, roasted veggies, slow roasted tomato, honey glazed avocado, and baked beans
Dozens of diners said they couldn’t wait to visit the cafe, while those living on the highway insisted they’d like to go on a road trip to check out the new location.
In addition to the breakfast menu, the cafe also offers lunch boxes, with three flavors to choose from – $20 bacon and cheese; $18 pomp, feta and spinach with pine nuts and $23 chicken kiev.
Owner Aaron started Husk Bakery from a stall at a farmers market, but just a few months into his small business, the country was plunged into lockdown.
And so he started a mobile bakery van in the midst of a global pandemic so he could deliver his pastries to his loyal customers’ homes.
Fast forward, Aaron has opened Canberra’s first ever cob loaf cafe, serving specialty cob breads and delicious pastries.