Whether you’re looking for a lazy Sunday morning feed, a speedy sustenance hit before hitting the shops or if your insta feed is in need of a food-focused update, Chatswood offers a host of spots to visit for a scrumptious brunch.
All about bringing the beauty of the outdoors in, Flower Child is set within a greenhouse styled space laden with vines and greenery – complementing the bright hues of each carefully plated dish. The flower child French toast and acai bowl are almost too gorgeous to eat while the barramundi burger will keep you sated through to dinner.
Westfield Chatswood, 1 Anderson Street, Chatswood
Chimichuri’s Latin American inspired menu is a major siren call for lovers of a punchy brunch. The Cuban melt with pulled pork, double smoked ham, fried egg, rocket, cheese and house sauce will forever change how you see brunch and the house roll with chilli fired egg and pickled slaw is a tough competitor. Be sure to wash it down with the lychee muddle frappe – heaven.
1/6 Help Street, Chatswood
Crazy Uncle Frankies
Lid & Jar’s brunch menu is served from 7am-3pm and is crammed with every classic (acai bowl, green bowl, chia pudding, full brekky) alongside more inventive options – the kransky with scrambled eggs, mozzarella, rocket and sun dried tomato on a croissant is exceptional. The specialty Crazy Uncle Frankie’s cold drip is a must – true devotees can also take a bag of beans home too.
1/405-419 Victoria Avenue, Chatswood
With an irresistible grilled haloumi, beans and dukkah poached egg brekky or the tempting pink avocado toast with roasted beet hummus, fetta and za’atar there will be little convincing needed to extend the morning coffee into a full blown brunch. Grab a table in the sun, perch at the window bar or stretch out with a paper and an organic sticky chai inside.
6 Spring Street, Chatswood
Situated at the Willoughby end of Victoria Avenue, Raffi’s is the place to go for a scrumptious brunch without the headache of dealing with shopping centre car parks. Grilled eggplant with spicy lamb mince and pine nuts or the Turkish beef sausage with spinach omelette are offered alongside corn fritters and eggs benedict. Round it out with a Turkish coffee, which comes with a Turkish delight.
104 Victoria Avenue, Chatswood
Settle into a seat at this fresh and airy Chatswood café for top shelf coffee and an imaginative bite. You won’t want to rush through your brekky bruschetta or pulled salmon wrap as you watch the world go by, and we’ll put money on you taking a fresh baked muffin mango and coconut muffin to go.
3/465 Victoria Avenue, Chatswood
Doing weekday breakfast? You’ll no doubt be enticed to forgo lunch in favour of a substantial morning feed. The shakshouka baked eggs with spiced tomato relish, basil, toast and a chorizo tastes as heavenly as it smells, while The Avenue breakie burger will satisfy any appetite. Check out the ‘Avenue Originals’ cocktail list for something to balance out any caffeine jitters.
465 Victoria Avenue, Chatswood
If you’re short on time and in need of an excellent coffee and sustenance hit, Three Beans is always an old faithful – you can grab your brunch to-go and hit the ground running. The brekkie burger or bacon and egg roll are shopping friendly (one hand for eating, one for browsing) while a fresh bliss ball, muffin or biscotti is ideal to stash in the handbag for later.
Level 1 Chatswood Chase, Chatswood
Kiosk K430 Chatswood Westfield, Chatswood