Waffle Burgers at The Factoria, Wetherill Park

Monday, December 19, 2016
The Factoria Waffle Burger Bacon Maple Syrup Sydney
The Factoria Wetherill Park Food Restaurant
The Factoria Wetherill Park Food Restaurant
The Factoria Wetherill Park Food Restaurant
The Factoria The Bricklayer Burger Bacon Hash Brown Sydney
The Factoria Wetherill Park Food Restaurant
The Factoria Wetherill Park Food Restaurant
The Factoria Waffle Burger Bacon Maple Syrup Sydney
The Factoria Waffle Burger Bacon Maple Syrup Sydney
The Factoria Wetherill Park Food Restaurant
The Factoria Wetherill Park Food Restaurant
The Factoria The Bricklayer Burger Bacon Hash Brown Sydney
The Factoria Waffle Burger Bacon Maple Syrup Sydney

The Factoria, 1003-1009 Canley Vale Road, Wetherill Park NSW 2164. All photos taken by me, on my Canon 70D DSLR.

Once in a while, I come a across a hidden gem in Western Sydney. Situated next to the quirky and classy Italian restaurant Grano, The Factoria offers a laid back atmosphere serving up coffees, pastries and a dedicated breakfast, brunch and lunch menu.
Me and Hai visited on a lazy Sunday morning, right after one of my morning gym sessions. Thinking I deserved more than a mere salad I opted for the Waffle burger and Hai the Bricklayer.

The Waffle Burger, came out with crispy bacon drizzled with bourbon maple syrup, melted cheese, and a juicy beef patty all sandwiched between two waffles. I devoured it, as I've never had a waffle burger and maple syrup bacon - and I'm always one for trying new foods (except if I'm in a Japanese restaurant then I tunnel vision towards Japanese Curry).

Hai's Bricklayer Burger was made up of two brioche buns, fried bacon strips, potato hash brown, tomato relish, red onion and topped with a fried egg. He was not disappointed with his choice as he washed it down with The Factoria's iced coffee.

It was a nice morning, the sunlight streamed in and highlighted all the sweet details of this restaurant. The decor had a pleasant 50's and 60's vibe, with retro furnishing and industrial finishes in the ceiling and shelving.
The Factoria also stocks soaps, local and imported pastas, jams, oils, honeys, biscuits - all the good stuff. Just another added bonus. Also, if you don't feel like a heavy lunch, they also offer gelato, cronuts, Italians cakes, and a huge range of coffees and teas to satisfy the sweet tooth.

The Factoria - opens until 4pm on weekdays and 10pm on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

1 comments :

Anete Lasmane said...

Gorgeous photos! :)

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