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Brunch Date: Sydney’s Top New Cafés, January

Much to the delight of coffee fiends and brunch-loving Instagram addicts, there's always a new café swinging open its doors in Sydney, each with its own unique twist to make it stand out from the crowd. From trendy newcomers to long-standing local haunts spreading their wings across the city, these are the new cafés worth queuing up for. 

June's Shoppe

For a coffee and brunch fix with a side of fun, head to June’s Shoppe – a quirky new hole-in-the-wall café that serves up coffee, toast and legendary toppers. Devour darling plates of pastries, toast and toppers, topped with the likes of avo, tomato and buffalo mozzarella; banana bread with Nutella; and fried egg with maple bacon, BBQ sauce and red Leicester cheese. Lunches are also worth sticking around for, with their selection of pork belly Banh Mi; poached chicken and slaw; and Wagyu bresola. See you in the queue. 

60 Carrington Street, Sydney CBD

Nútie Donuts Surry Hills

What started as an Inner West local secret, is now a Sydney institution. Coming from humble beginnings – a nondescript bakery in Balmain –Nútie Donuts has opened the doors to its second outpost in Surry Hills, serving up the same deliciously doughy fare. Like the original, look out for the neon-lit interiors to discover this hole-in-the-wall doughnut wonderland. Fun, colourful and gluten free, their baked doughnuts are equal parts delicious and healthy. Created using premium produce, Nutie Donuts also serve up dairy-free options.

44 Holt St, Surry Hills

Caffe Bartolo

The latest addition to Crown Street, Caffe Bartolo is the newest venture from the team behind Kittyhawk and Big Poppa's. On entry, you'll be wowed by the achingly cool interiors – from the high ceilings and mixed metal finishes, to the poppy vintage artwork. The menu is a lesson in authenticity, with every dish treated simply and traditionally. With their all-day offerings and friendly service, it's no wonder locals are lining up for more!

353-355 Crown Street, Surry Hills 

Goodfields Eatery

For quality café fare and Five Senses coffee, Goodfields Eatery has got you covered. Calling leafy suburb Lindfield home, this all-day venue serves up both breakfast and lunch to hungry locals and commuters seven days a week. Their all-day breakfast menu focuses on classics, both of sweet and savoury nature. Bircher museli and hotcakes sit alongside lobster bagels and lamb shanks. Come lunchtime, burgers, pasta and bowls reign supreme. Relaxed and well designed, Goodfields Eatery is equal parts café and community hub.

Shop 4/5 23/41 Lindfield Ave, Lindfield

Boronia Kitchen

Contemporary cuisine made from the best available produce- this is Boronia Kitchen's mantra. This local eatery brings together the best meat, seafood, poultry and fresh produce to create innovative dishes that bring friends, families and dining partners together. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, there are a plethora of delectable dishes to choose from. With it's relaxed farmhouse style and friendly service, Boronia Kitchen is perfect for any occassion; from leisurely breakfast and brunch, to mid-week catch-ups and family dinners.

152 Pittwater Rd, Gladesville

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