Churros for Two $14.90
According to the ever-reliable source Wikipedia, churros came into existence when the Portuguese failed to re-create Chinese you tiao. Which personally I find odd because churros are known as "Spanish donuts", but hooray for historical inaccuracies! If you haven't had churros before, compared to their
Chai Latte $4, Azetca Hot Chocolate $6.90
When in a Glebe cafe, at least one of the party must order a chai latte as a nod to political correctness or otherwise fear the retribution of local hipsters chasing you out of their trendy inner-city suburb on their fixed-gear bikes. The drink on the right is an Azteca hot chocolate, which is a regular hot chocolate spiced up (PUN INTENDED, FUCK YEAH) with cinnamon and chilli. It was sweet and aromatic yet subtly fiery, with the chilli leaving some warmth at the back of the mouth. And unfamiliar but pleasant combination of flavours, methinks.
Banana Bread $4.50
And lastly, I was the boring party-pooper who ordered a slice of banana bread in a chocolateria. Banana bread tasted like banana bread and I ended up dipping some churros in my knob of butter because at the end of the day, I still prefer savoury over sweet. Please excuse the sub-par photography effort, but keep in mind that I am missing my prime lens more than you are, dear viewer.
Chocolateria San Churro
47 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe 2037
Telephone: (02) 9692 0119