The 10 Best Breakfast Spots In Sydney
The Hill Eatery
39-53 Campbell Parade, Bondi Beach.
Open every day for breakfast, The Hill Eatery aims to create a community that will enrich the lives of their customers. Their produce is sourced ethically, with a focus on serving farm to table meals.
The Grounds of Alexandria
7A/2 Huntley Street, Alexandria.
Open every day for breakfast and located in an old pie factory from the early 1900’s, The Grounds of Alexandria is the flagship venue for its specialty coffee. The site hosts a coffee research and testing facility alongside a café, opening onto a luscious garden of heirloom vegetables and fragrant herbs.
Bourke Street Bakery
633 Bourke Street, Surry Hills.
At Bourke Street Bakery everything is made by hand, freshly baked every day of the week 362 days of the year. They source the highest quality ingredients and buy local and organic wherever possible. The combination of great produce, artisanal skill and hard work creates the honest, rustic and oh so delicious sweet and savoury bites that Bourke Street Bakery has become known for.
613A Elizabeth Street, Redfern.
Three Williams boasts a minimalistic, yet sophisticated warehouse feel. Pop down for your morning coffee hit, lunch with the ladies or cure your hangover with another bevvie and a long lazy breakfast.
56 Campbell Parade, Bondi Beach.
Open everyday for breakfast, providing a huge selection of breakfast options, Trio has everything your heart could desire. And if you can't decide what to eat, why not order their infamous 'breakfast selection' which has a little bit of everything.
76 Devonshire St, Surry Hills.
Devon runs on love and laughter with cups of strong coffee and good food.
6-8 O'Connell St, Newtown.
Brewtown Newtown is a cafe/micro roastery/brew bar/ retail centre. They source the finest goods and draw upon a rich specialty coffee. Using only free range, organic and pasture fed produce, Brewtown also creates all its own pastries on premises.
61 Albion St, Surry Hills.
The cafe menu is inspired by their coffee buying trips through Central and South America. The cafe also has a store selling their own teas and crockery. The menu has a range of selection offering pancakes, egg tortillas and tacos.
21 Wentworth Street, Parramatta.
Open for breakfast Tuesday-Sunday, offering speciality coffee and tea, they are known for having the best Chai in Sydney. This small little treasure in the West of Sydney has a unique menu with the most decadent coffee.
Kepos Street Kitchen
96 Kepos Street, Redfern.
The food that chef Michael serves at Kepos Street Kitchen draws on the best of his childhood meals mixed with classical training and an ever-developing palate. Dishes have a strong Mediterranean influence with a Middle Eastern twist.