The world famous Tella Shake | $10
My brother and I organised to meet my cousin for a long awaited catch up and we discovered that she lives right around the block from Foodcraft Espresso & Bakery. We arrived there around 11am on a Friday morning and there was already a crowd of people waiting for a seat. Luckily, the turnover of customers is quite quick and we only waited for 10 minutes for a seat. We were seated outside, which was quite cold, but the kind staff provided us with blankets.
Foodcraft Espresso & Bakery does sell other things besides the Tella Shake, such as this delicious Salmon and Eggs Benedict (pictured below). The menu has a variety of different dishes to cater for different taste buds, the hardest part was choosing what to eat!
Eggs Benedict | w/ Tasmanian Salmon and poached eggs on brioche bun | $16
The famous Tella balls aka. the nutella donuts that broke the Internet
That's the question I've been getting a lot.... and my answer is- the Tella Shake is literally what you think it is, a nutella donut on top of a nutella milkshake. It was definitely very tasty and bad for my health :P but I'm not too sure what the big hype was about. Nonetheless I enjoyed the overall dining experience at Foodcraft Espresso & Bakery- the service was great, the prices were reasonable and the food was delicious, so I'm definitely not complaining!
If you're not dying to try it maybe wait a few months for the hype to die down so you don't have to wait a long time for a seat or I recommend you go on a weekday in the morning. I'm excited for what Foodcraft Espresso & Bakery have to offer next! Good luck :)
Happy eating x