Campos Coffee Dulwich Hill
Considered Australia’s favourite roaster, Campos has a scandi-industrial cafe in the heart of Dulwich Hill's foodie hub, on Marrickville Road. Serving up their house blends and single-origin coffee, diners can enjoy a hearty breakfast or afternoon sweet treat.
A wholesome brunch spot Bondi locals swear by. Opt for an inside table, with quirky Palm Springs meets Art Décor interior! Expect funky all-day breakfast combinations, a home baked bakery cabinet, superfood smoothies and unique brewing methods for your cup of coffee goodness! It’s the simple things like these, that make holly. both welcoming and exciting! Oh and all you gluten-intolerant brunch goers are well catered for – all their insta-worthy plates can be served with Nonie’s Gluten Free bread!
Just as the Slingshot team put it, they are "some nice people making and selling some nice stuff". Setting up shop on Narrabeen's main drag, the humble team at Slingshot use some of Sydney's best produce – from Reuben Hills coffee beans to Berkelo bread – to create delectable brews and delicious brekky and lunch bites. Avo toast with smoked labneh, pickled onion and sage, anyone?
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.
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 ...
Edition Coffee Roasters
At this Nordic-Japanese café, the baristas go above and beyond with their brews. They roast the beans in-house and offer a range of methods: pour-over, batch brew, aero-press, cold brew, and Japanese drip. Yep, when you go to Edition Coffee Roasters it is purely about the coffee with a side of yummy dishes.
Shuk Elizabeth Bay
Wildly popular Shuk Bondi has opened an outpost in Elizabeth Bay alongside dreamery eatery Botanica Vaucluse in the Trebartha Apartment retirement complex. Serving up Israeli-Mediterranean dishes and fresh bread all day, Shuk is famous for shakshuka and hummus – believe us when we say you have to try both. If the queues at Bondi during weekend brunch are any indication of their new location's popularity, make sure you get in early to snag a seat.
Sotto On West
Nestled on North Sydney’s leafy West Street, Sotto does laidback café fare impeccably, and you can be sure that your weekend pace won’t be interrupted by lingering waiters keen for you to free up a table. Lap up the sun as you graze on seasonal fare washed down with a Single Origin brew.
Brunch & Co
Tucked away from Alexandria’s bustling industry, is Brunch & Co a mainstay on the local brunch scene. A cosy café with a bit of industrial edge to it with seating that spills out onto the footpath, the guys here offer all the staples you would expect and the servings are hearty and delicious.
Elephant Boy Cafe
A quirky café on Bowral’s main street, Elephant Boy is a haunt for locals itching for a caffeine fix and escape from the daily grind. Walls lined with books and a busy array of knick-knack ensure your eye is consistently entertained make for a whimsical interior while a menu chocked with classic-café fare is a crowd-pleaser.
Tucked away on Glenayr Avenue, this organic Mediterranean-style café serves up delicious plates of wholesome goodness in a minimalist Scandi setting. A Bondi local favourite – this place is teeming with beachside brunch goers every Saturday and Sunday – with a focus on organic, locally-sourced and clean-eating foods. If you’re on a health kick, this is the place to come. The café itself is intimate, but the interiors are bright, open and airy, so you don’t feel like you’re cramped ...
Gertrude & Alice Cafe
With wall-to-wall books (over 25,000!), communal tables and plush velvet chairs, Gertrude & Alice is as cosy as it gets. The quirky café-slash-bookstore also offers a range of snacks and Middle Eastern mains – making it a haven for bookworms and freelancers. If you’re craving a quieter vibe, head to the Hemingway room, a beautiful hideaway with sofas and reference books.
Bennett St Dairy
This trendy cafe is a local go-to, thanks to its specialty coffee, farm-to-table food, and generous servings. The seating may be limited at Bennett St Dairy, but if you can, nab a seat on the wooden counter or a streetside table, soak up the sunshine and indulge in some serious people-watching.
Berrima General Store & Café
Working to bring the best of local produce to the fore, The General Store & Café in Berrima offers everything from coffee, cakes and scones to delectable homemade pies and quiche. Pick up something to take away from their daily to-go board as well as an any grocery essentials to stock the pantry.
A picture-perfect patisserie experience awaits you at Stone’s, where you’ll find a smorgasbord of cakes and pastries within the heritage walls of the bakery. Bringing a slice of Paris to charming Berrima, the all-day breakfast and lunch creations are perfected by the addition of an irresistible pastry to round out your meal.
Textbook Boulangerie Patisserie
When a Michelin-trained patissier and an expert baker joined forces to open Textbook in Alexandria, we knew we were in for a treat. And we were right – the pair play to their strengths with the result being an incredible line-up of desserts and bread that pare beautifully with one of their coffees.
14 North 108 East
A new, modern Vietnamese eatery has just opened in Sydney’s South West, with locals queuing for a taste. 14 North 108 East is a nod to the geographical coordinates of Vietnamese city Pleiku, it incorporates a vibrant Vietnamese and Pan-Asian inspired menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Combining stylish interiors and an epic floor-to-ceiling graffiti mural by Sydney artist Sophi Odling, with flavoursome food and world-class coffee, 14 North 108 East is a cultural dining experience that seduces all the ...
MR O Kitchen Espresso Grocer
Located along Vincent Street, Cessnock’s ‘eat street’, MR O Kitchen is a contemporary cafe, attracting clean-eating customers into its stylish interior space. Serving specialty coffee, holistic foods and guilt-free treats, this healthy hub is known for their wholesome food, proudly created using mostly local produce.
Next Door Cronulla
Blurring the lines between café, restaurant and bar, Next Door is the latest offering from the Allouche Family. It sits next door to their flagship venue, Sealevel Restaurant, but Next Door is more casual, yet equally stylish. The brunch menu is modern Australian and pairs beautifully with either a wine or cocktail. As for the view, Cronulla Beach is just stunning.
Queen St Eatery
European in style and relaxed in vibe, Queen St Eatery is as beautiful as it is delicious. The locals love this refined restaurant and wine bar for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Sitchu tip: come in for dinner and sample their French-influenced delicacies paired with a glass (or bottle) of French red.
Mint Bar | Pizzeria Espresso
RestaurantSydney Olympic Park
Sydney Olympic Park's foodie haven Mint Bar, is the perfect all-day dining destination. The fresh interiors with custom-made hanging greenery, mosaic tiling and mint accents provides a touch of luxury to your dining experience. Complementing the beautiful interiors, the premium menu featuring delicious wood fire pizzas delicious brunch classics and sweet treats will leave you wanting more. Better still, upgrade your brunch to a boozy affair with their selection of wine, beer and spirits.
A culinary hideaway inspired by the famous streets of Old Town San Juan Puerto Rico, Page Two Randwick has been given a stylish makeover. It has an urban, industrial vibe juxtaposed with splashes of colour, and its mismatch of décor makes it really stand out from the crowd – from the graffiti walls and exposed roof pylon to its foliage-scattered walls and beautiful hanging umbrella canopy.With an all-day menu full of old favourites and brand-new bites – from vibrant smoothies ...
The brainchild of vegan caterer Sarah Shaweesh, Khamsa is firstly a plant based café, and secondly a community hub. Inspired by her Palestinian heritage, Sarah has brought vegan, Middle Eastern fusion cuisine to the Sydney streets. For first time diners, expect delicious brunch fare, delectable raw desserts and traditional Arabic coffee, along with friendly service and lively atmosphere.
Paddington’s Barbetta is an all-day Italian-style caffe known for its authentic cuisine and hospitality. Perfect for a casual breakfast or afternoon bite, this family-run eatery is the local go-to hangout. Barbetta prides itself on traditional techniques, and throughout the year the team run workshops on pasta making and Italian cooking so you can upskill too!