While some spots seek to broaden the definition of a cafe, Glory Us proudly goes back to basics. There's a cosy interior, rustic homestyle cooking, and a community-focused approach to customer service.

The menu draws inspiration from co-owner Tori Bicknell’s upbringing in New Zealand with recipes passed down from her mum, who nicknamed her Glory. It rotates around fixtures like seasonal salads, “deep dishes” (Bicknell’s term for bakes like frittatas cooked in casserole-style trays), soups and stews.

Sandwiches are fresh and hearty – the kinds more likely to be found at a country bakery than here. They’re made with Cobb Lane bread and fillings like roast free-range chicken, red and green pesto, and roasted cashews. In a similar vein, find breakfast pizza topped with eggs, cheese, homemade HP sauce, tomato jam and free-range streaky bacon. Plus, find avoury pies from Pie Thief and sweets from Cake House Collective, which may include cheesecake brownies, New York-style cookies and sliced apple pie.

Customers can dine in at a large communal table made by co-owner Mike Byard or select from a range of jarred goods, premade meals and takeaway to enjoy elsewhere.

To drink, there’s Rumble coffee, Bobby sodas and house-made smoothies.

Contact Details

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Website: gloryus.com.au

Updated: June 24th, 2024

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