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  • CONCRETE JUNGLE

    An eco-conscious cafe bringing a touch of greenery to Chippendale.

  • FLOWER CHILD WARRINGAH

    A second FC venue, again designed by the crew behind Archie Rose, Fred's and Charlie Parker's.

  • SAGA

    Andy Bowdy serves up four-meat sambos, adult thickshakes and his legendary cakes at his first standalone cafe.

  • 1989 KITCHEN & ARCADE

    Mash buttons over a burger or hot brew on King Street.

  • CAFE KENTARO

    Bourke Street's Japanese-influenced brunch spot from the team behind Oratnek.

  • CALABUR CAFE & DINER

    An all-day Asian diner that truly transforms from day to night.

  • NO. 1 WILLIAM

    Look over Hyde Park and Sydney Harbour from the Australian Museum's terrace restaurant.

  • TUCKER

    Randwick's revamped neighbourhood takeaway cafe.

  • MR.

    Balmain's snug breakfast haven does boozy affogatos and brekkie doughnuts.

  • NUTIE

    Sydney's permanent home of gluten-free doughnuts.

  • SOUTH BY DUKES

    The Melburnian coffee roasters have a new light, airy space in the waterfront suburb.

  • BAO SHOP

    An Asian fusion cafe doing breakfast bao, donburi and repeat visit-worthy fried chicken.

  • STICKY FINGERS

    A Surry Hills cafe doing decadent Asian-influenced brunches and lunches.

  • THE LOJ

    This Forest Lodge cafe takes the standard Sydney brunch menu to the next level.

  • OFARM ORGANIC CAFE & GROCERS

    A cafe out the back of a shopping mall doing great raw vegan fare.

  • 4 PINES MANLY UNDERGROUND

    A beery all-day eatery from Manly's favourite brewers.

  • CAIRO TAKEAWAY

    An Enmore eatery doing full Egyptian breakfasts and full-on falafel.

  • 2KF ESPRESSO

    One of the northern beaches' OG hole-in-the-wall coffee spots.

  • THE BOATHOUSE PALM BEACH

    The ultimate Sydney beach cafe.

  • SMALLTOWN

    Marrakesh brunch bowls and made-on-site doughnuts in Avalon.

  • ZUBI BAR

    Good coffee and a courtyard with live music in Newport.

  • LITTLE BOX COFFEE CO.

    The clown car of cafes.

  • BUTCHER AND THE FARMER

    An artisan butcher and restaurant with a restored tram for a dining room.

  • WELCOME DOSE SPECIALTY COFFEE

    Excellent coffee, cafe eats and tiramisu thickshakes inside Rosebery's artisan supermarket.

  • NOURISHED WHOLEFOOD CAFE

    This Avalon cafe turns comfort foods into healthy staples.

  • BAREFOOT COFFEE TRADERS

    Specialty coffee, sweet waffles and surprisingly good Thai food.

  • BEL & BRIO

    Barangaroo's 800-square-metre European-style food emporium.

  • SALT MEATS CHEESE BROADWAY

    Their city outpost goes beyond the basics with burgers, a DJ and a menu devoted to Nutella.

  • CORNERSMITH ANNANDALE

    Marrickville's most sustainable cafe expands to Annandale.

  • GIRDLERS

    Buckwheat crepes (and other healthy things) by the beach at Dee Why.

  • FLOUR WATER SALT

    A Bowral bakery worth a road trip.

  • THREE BLUE DUCKS ROSEBERY

    The popular Bronte eatery has gone inland to make a new nest.

  • ROUGH & BARE

    A Mona Vale cafe focusing on all that's raw, organic and good for you.

  • RUBY LANE MANLY

    A wholefoods store and cafe catering to every dietary requirement.

  • LITTLE EVIE

    Redfern's own roastery and cafe.

  • BISTRO GUILLAUME

    The French chef's third Sydney venue is a casual bistro with adjoining patisserie.

  • CURED MANLY

    Cheese, charcuterie and wine.

  • KENSINGTON STREET SOCIAL

    Elegant yet approachable food from London's Jason Atherton.

  • ACRE EATERY

    The old Camperdown Bowling Club is now Sydney's new urban farm and eatery.

  • RISING SUN WORKSHOP

    A ramen cafe and bike shop run by ramen-loving bikers.

  • GOOSE BAKERY

    A Forest Lodge pastry palace from Bourke Street Bakery alumni.

  • THE WORKS KIOSK

    Camp out all day with your lappie without dodging daggers from the staff.

  • THE RABBIT HOLE ORGANIC TEA BAR BARANGAROO

    The Redfern tea bar has expanded with a second location.

  • DEUS BAR & KITCHEN

    Deus Cafe has moved into more mature territory — with an ex-Bistro Moncur chef no less.

  • BOURKE STREET BAKERY SURRY HILLS

    Surry Hills' little corner bakery go-to — and the original BSB.

  • KANSAS CITY SHUFFLE

    Find tofu, doughnuts and fried chicken burgers in one Sydney spot.

  • LA CANTINA ST LEONARDS

    Corn fritters, chicken risotto and great coffee in the north.

  • LODGE TAPAS

    Modern comfort food and impeccable service in Lane Cove.

  • CHARLOTTE'S LITTLE SISTER EVELEIGH

    This member of the Charlotte clan is keeping Australian Technology Park's people caffeinated.

  • ERSKINE VILLA (CLOSED)

    A community corner cafe with good coffee, cocktails and breakfast poutine.

  • BELLAGIO CAFE

    An old-school cafe learns some new nighttime tricks.

  • HENRY LEE'S

    This new Redfern cafe is committed to keeping it local.

  • WOLFE & CO.

    Dural has a new cafe, and you can order crème brûlée toast and Champagne for breakfast.

  • WHITE TARO

    Western and Southeast Asian worlds collide at this Surry Hills cafe.

  • MORRIS

    A second kickass cafe from the Scout's Honour team.

  • THE HUNTER WORKS

    Simplicity is this Balmain cafe's strongest asset.

  • SONDER

    Come early for breakfast, or stay late for cocktails at Paddington's all-day eatery.

  • THE PLANT GALLERY

    Bondi's new raw vegan eatery.

  • THE NEWPORT

    Merivale's northern jewel in the crown.

  • HUNTER GATHERER

    Forage your way to North Sydney's new rooftop eatery.

  • ABOUT LIFE LANE COVE

    The Lower North Shore's health hub.

  • LITTLE LORD

    A cute Camperdown cafe reminiscent of your grandma's living room.

  • RUMAH

    A sweet Malay-style Surry Hills cafe and retail space.

  • BLACKWOOD PANTRY

    Hearty cafe fare made by a chef with Michelin star training.

  • WHITE HORSE COFFEE

    The horsemen are looking after The Shire's specialty coffee supply.

  • MECCA ESPRESSO ULTIMO

    Sydney's stronghold for local and international roasters and baristas.

  • BOSS LADY FOOD & CO

    A boss Camperdown cafe run by two boss ladies.

  • BARISTA & COOK

    A new Waterloo brunch spot delivering knockout brews and bites.

  • BONDI WHOLEFOODS SURRY HILLS

    The Bondi health hub has come to the inner city.

  • ORGANIC REPUBLIC

    Visit Bondi's ethically-motivated bakery for your morning loaf and a top notch coffee.

  • JO & WILLYS DEPOT

    Start your day right at the Depot.

  • BRU COFFEE

    Great coffee and down-to-earth, Bondi vibes.

  • LOX STOCK & BARREL

    The beloved Bondi brunch mainstay on busy Glenayr Avenue.

  • BONDI MASSIVE

    South Bondi's little hole-in-the-wall mainstay.

  • THE SHOP & WINE BAR

    Hole-in-the-wall cafe by day, wine bar by night.

  • THE NINE

    Meet Bondi's newest brunch player.

  • COLLAROY HOTEL

    Fresh seafood and live music run Collaroy's gem on the beach.

  • PEG LEG PYRMONT

    Nautical food and liquor for landlubbers.

  • GRATIA

    Good food to feel good about.

  • THE BOATHOUSE SHELLY BEACH

    The north shore's favourite venue arrives in Manly.

  • THE GRIND & CO

    Sydney’s tiny weekday specialty coffee and food bar.

  • BREWRISTAS

    One of Glebe's best cafes, for good reason.

  • THE RABBIT HOLE ORGANIC TEA BAR

    Sydney's first organic tea bar.

  • THE GENERAL

    Two ex-Jonah's chefs have built their own casual eatery and hang spot in Dulwich Hill.

  • BEAN & BERRY

    There's a new kid on the Redfern coffee block.

  • THE AVALON ON THE BEACH

    A new beachside classic.

  • ORATNEK

    Classic Bills with a Japanese edge.

  • COOK & ARCHIES

    A tried and true cornerstone of the Surry Hills cafe family.

  • SINGLE O CBD

    Quit searching for good coffee in the CBD — it's on York Street.

  • PORCH

    Bondi's home of the Breaky Bowl has queues out the door on weekends (even in winter).

  • BASKET BROTHERS

    The name of the game at Basket Brothers is next level comfort food.

  • MECCA ALEXANDRIA

    Where Darkhorse blend is roasted out back, brewed out front and sometimes comes fizzy from a tap.

  • OLD MATE

    It’s almost as if we’ve been friends forever.

  • SOUTH DOWLING SANDWICHES

    Where Darlinghurst locals can lunch every day and never get bored (or go broke).

  • THE EMPORIUM

    There's a new contemporary dining breeze blowing through New South Wales' second biggest city.

  • THE TRAIL

    The buzzing Vaucluse cafe bringing a piece of the inner west to the east.

  • HARRY'S BAR AND DINING

    Ex-Tilbury chef Bryan O'Callaghan is helping turn this former convenience store into a real Bondi institution.

  • KIN BY US

    Get onsen eggs at their most liquid-soft in dishes from My Kitchen Rules couple Shanelle and Uel Lim.

  • CHIOSCO BY ORMEGGIO

    First-rate Italian food on a jetty. What moor could you want?

  • REDFERN CONTINENTAL

    The Arcadia Liquors team add a European kitchen and a GDR-themed back bar to the neighbourhood.

  • BOON CAFE AT JARERN CHAI GROCER

    Thai sandwiches are the cafe fusion we could get very used to.

  • THE END OF KING

    The End of King is another reason why we should be exploring the less trodden paths in life.

  • BONDI HARVEST

    The YouTube channel's IRL incarnation is fresh, healthy and green in every way.

  • EDITION COFFEE ROASTERS

    Japanese meets Scandinavian, so don’t expect eggs and bacon here.

  • SUZY SPOON'S VEGETARIAN BUTCHER

    For when you just have to have a 'spaghetti bolognese'.

  • BEACH HOUSE BY GPO

    With refined new options for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the tides have turned at Balmoral Beach.

  • THE COOK AND BAKER

    This well-loved Bondi establishment run by two talented Kiwis is a mecca for eastern suburbs sugar slaves.

  • ADRIANO ZUMBO

    Step inside the kingdom of Zumbarons and Zonuts.

  • BERTONI CASALINGA

    A cosy, family-owned gem serving up traditional Italian fare.

  • FINO PAR

    For those hankering for some Spanish bites and barrel-aged sangria.

  • BOOTSDARLING

    Darlinghurst's lovely little cafe on the corner.

  • BILLS BONDI

    Fancy a healthy brunch after an energising Bondi to Bronte walk?

  • ILLI HILL

    This Marrickville cafe serves up tasty and health-conscious food centred on a philosophy and love of local.

  • BREADFERN BAKERY

    Tapeo bakery needed a little more baking room.

  • WHITE CARROTS

    If White Carrots can up its aesthetic game, there's some serious potential for a brand new local fave in town.

  • FIKA SWEDISH KITCHEN

    Hej! Here's your Scandinavian summer house.

  • TOPHAT COFFEE MERCHANTS

    The eastern suburbs' characterful culinary scene is growing, and this cafe has been right out front.

  • RUSTIC PEARL

    Crown Street's snuggly Turkish cafe is loved for its modern take on gozleme and Callebaut hot chocolates.

  • AMPERSAND CAFE & BOOKSTORE

    Snuggle up by the fire with a good read at Paddington's go-to bookstore cafe.

  • GERTRUDE & ALICE

    Bondi's beloved bookstore cafe lets you read Kerouac at brekkie.

  • SAPPHO BOOKS CAFE & WINE BAR

    Have tea in the sci-fi section at Glebe's long-loved bookstore cafe.

  • BOWERY LANE

    New York and Sydney may be almost 10,000 miles apart, but this cafe restaurant brings them a little closer.

  • COOGEE PAVILION

    Already the best beach hang-out in Sydney.

  • PICCOLO ME

    Piccolo Me is pulling out some pretty quirky stops to help attract a crowd.

  • MORDEO

    Mordeo manages to claim its territory in the aircraft hanger-esque space of Deutsche Bank Place.

  • THE GOVERNORS TABLE

    Where colonial-era cooking techniques meet modern Australian cuisine.

  • ABOUT LIFE DOUBLE BAY

    Simply walking into About Life will make you feel healthy.

  • RUBY’S DINER

    By name and laminate tabletops, it's definitely a diner. But a lot of other influences are heard at Ruby's.

  • NOOK URBAN FRESH BAR

    Fresh produce, creative all-day brekkies and outstanding local coffee in the heart of Sydney's CBD.

  • WIECZORKOWSKI

    While the wait staff could do with a little strengthening in numbers, this little slice of Europe suits Sydney’s eastern suburbs nicely.

  • TWO CHAPS

    See what's really going on behind your neighbour's roller door.

  • THE FINE FOOD STORE COFFEE BAR

    Getting your hands on a cup of good coffee on Oxford Street is now a whole lot easier.

  • ALPHA

    Food, drink and service all get a big fat Greek tick here. We just need the big fat Greek atmosphere too.

  • BRIGHTON THE CORNER

    Not just a Pavement homage but a punning one at that, Brighton the Corner is a luminous cafe addition to Petersham.

  • SHOWBOX COFFEE BREWERS

    Your Manly stop for Mecca coffee and moreish breakfasts.

  • THE BOATHOUSE BALMORAL

    Feel how a billionaire feels when they eat their breakfast.

  • PANZEROTTI

    One of the CBD's cafe havens, Panzerotti has been sheltering worker bees for years.

  • GROUND CONTROL

    One Circular Quay cafe that doesn't act like it's located in tourist central.

  • MILK BAR BY CAFE ISH

    There's more to Milk Bar than just the milk. Though the milk is pretty spectacular.

  • CRUISE ESPRESSO

    Unfortunately for locals, the secret is well and truly out.

  • GATHER ON THE GREEN

    Borrow a picnic blanket and tuck into the best bacon and egg rolls in the inner west.

  • OREGANO BAKERY

    Sydney's cult scroll providore.

  • COFFEE TEA & ME MARRICKVILLE

    Another argument for the simple things in life.

  • WOODLAND KITCHEN & BAR

    A comfortable and versatile place to eat, relax, catch up and still impress.

  • LUCKY PICKLE

    A Surry Hills sandwich shop taking all the bells and whistles out of lunch with incredibly tasty results.

  • CUCKOO CALLAY

    The one train station cafe that is very worth your time.

  • BLACK STAR PASTRY ROSEBERY

    Whereas the Newtown store is driven by cakes, here it’s more about lunch, bread and the woodfired oven.

  • RIPPLES MILSONS POINT

    One of those rarefied locations that is quintessentially Sydney without losing its soul to the tourist trade.

  • SHUK

    Mediterranean breakfasts and lunches that capture the imagination and deliver on the plate.

  • BREWTOWN NEWTOWN

    A bookstore may have sadly departed the neighbourhood, but in its place is something equally as appreciated.

  • QUEENS PARK SHED

    Once a women's change shed, now a perfect cafe for your idyllic day in the park.

  • GUMPTION BY COFFEE ALCHEMY

    A product to make you sparkle.

  • THE REFORMATORY CAFFEINE LAB

    A concept cafe with a single-minded spotlight on coffee.

  • THREE WILLIAMS

    The kind of next-level cafe Redfern has been waiting for, particularly among sandwich lovers.

  • YORK TRADING & CO.

    Street seating and share plates make for a perfect city first date.

  • THE BUTCHER'S BLOCK

    Customers of the former butcher shop are now getting their wagyu beef on a brioche bun and flocking from all directions to get it.

  • THE ROOTS

    From the black stuff to the foodfare, you'll find it hard not to strike up a 'spromance with The Roots.

  • YELLOW

    This could very easily become a second home for Potts Point locals. Lucky things.

  • PARAMOUNT COFFEE PROJECT

    Paramount to those that surround it, this Surry Hills cafe does ripper coffee and fabulous food.

  • SOMETHING FOR JESS

    A lot of love and thought has gone into this lovely Chippendale cafe.

  • THE STABLES CAFE

    This Bourke Street cafe combines food, fashion and coffee in one sophisticated venue.

  • SUB-STATION CAFE

    A hidey-hole haven in Alexandria, deliciously delivering energy and good vibes to Sydneysiders.

  • DEVON CAFE

    Devonshire Street gets a little taste of Melbourne's cool cafe culture with this inviting and diverse cafe.

  • PABLO & RUSTY’S

    Stylish and chic, with an ethical approach, the sixth venue in the Pablo & Rusty's chain is keeping the CBD caffeinated.

  • THE COPPER MILL

    A stylish Alexandria spot for a well-cooked, healthy breakfast.

  • EFENDY

    Turkish food icon Somer Sivrioglu offers both casual meze and a formal Turkish feast in Balmain.

  • BATCH BURGERS AND ESPRESSO

    Devour an American burger and shake, just down the road from the Prime Minister's lodge.

  • LORD OF THE FRIES

    The Melbourne-based burger, hot dog and hot-chip chain successfully transfer their reign to a new Sydney store.

  • THE PIG & PASTRY CAFE

    This expert husband and wife team are serving up a warm breakfast, a tasty lunch, house-made pastries and craft beer in this sunny pocket of Petersham.

  • TARONGA PIAZZA – INSPIRED BY GIOVANNI PILU

    Grab a table, sip a coffee, devour some pastries and watch out for the roaming peacocks.

  • HOUSE SPECIALTY COFFEE

    Milk crates, bearded baristas and a damn fine brew make up a hidden gem in the back streets of Chippendale.

  • IN THE ANNEX

    It's the cafe trifecta: expert coffee, a fresh, seasonal menu and conversation-worthy decor.

  • RIPPLES CHOWDER BAY

    Hearty Italian-style food, good wine, and a view that reminds us how lucky we are to live in this city.

  • ROOM 10

    Potts Point gets its own Melbourne-style laneway espresso bar with the trendy Room 10.

  • MS MILLER

    The mood is definitely Crown Street on Cammeray, and it's a successful one.

  • BONDI HARDWARE

    Bondi is not just for summer, with a Notorious P.I.G and mulled Batlow cider there to lift winter spirits.

  • WEST JULIETT

    A firm Marrickville favourite for breakfast, brunch and lunch.

  • BROOKLYN HIDE

    Making sure Sydney knows a thing or two about the way a bagel should be: New York style.

  • MEADOW CAFE AT PRINCE ALFRED PARK POOL

    Meadow Cafe is as funky-fresh as the breeze off the pool it sits beside.

  • BOURKE STREET BAKERY NEUTRAL BAY

    The beacon bakehouse of the inner-city suburbs has made its way over the bridge.

  • CAFE MINT

    In a town that loves a fad, Cafe Mint is a stayer.

  • THIRD VILLAGE

    A Stanley Street cafe offering refreshing and inventive takes on breakfast classics.

  • LA BANETTE

    The bakery bringing a slice of provincial France to the streets of Glebe.

  • WILD BASKET

    An inexpensive, cheerful cafe-shop with damn healthy fodder.

  • JONES THE GROCER

    Westfield's gourmet super deli.

  • WATSONS BAY BOUTIQUE HOTEL

    Stripy umbrellas, schoolyard benches and tres cute Breton-striped waitstaff add to the beachside charm.

  • THE WOODEN WHISK

    With restaurant-quality food at cafe prices, The Wooden Whisk has whipped St Leonards into a food frenzy.

  • RUNCIBLE SPOON

    An inner west gem offering hearty breakfasts with a unique Thai twist.

  • COPO CAFE AND DINER

    While away the first hours of your weekend in this chilled, lazy cafe and diner.

  • BRICKFIELDS BAKERY

    There's another bakery-slash-cafe in town and it's causing quite the predicament for the bread and pastry fans amongst us.

  • DESPANA

    The United Nations foodie world of Glebe Point Rd just got a new member. Welcome to Despana, a Spanish tapas joint that's open from breakfast to 11pm.

  • CAFE 1812

    Berkelouw's cafe/wine bar gem offering something to whet everyone's appetite.

  • MILKBAR

    With attentive staff and atmosphere aplenty, MilkBar's our pick for a prolonged bite to eat before catching a flick.

  • SALVAGE SPECIALTY COFFEE

    A specialty coffee joint tucked into the quiet side of Artarmon's train station.

  • FOUR ATE FIVE

    Yes, on the weekends you'll be hard pressed to bag a seat straightaway, but it's definitely worth waiting it out.

  • PANAMA HOUSE

    A hip Bondi eatery offering food worthy of eyebrow raises.

  • DOUBLE ROASTERS

    Double Roasters is how a local cafe should be: full of life and the perfect start to the day.

  • EXCELSIOR JONES

    A welcome neighbourhood cafe pumping out old favourites and good times.

  • FOURTH VILLAGE

    Fourth Village, like going to any Italian home means you're dragged into a fun, loud place where good food is never far away.

  • FLEETWOOD MACCHIATO

    There's plenty to like about Fleetwood Macchiato aside from its punchline sagacity.

  • THE WOODS

    An attractive addition to Sydney's hotel dining scene.

  • SUZIE Q COFFEE & RECORDS

    A stellar lineup of coffee, retro tracks and a crowd to match.

  • SEFA KITCHEN

    Sefa Kitchen proves Middle Eastern cuisine to be an unarguable delight.

  • THE RAG LAND

    The Rag Land is Redfern's diamond in the (not so) rough.

  • KEPOS STREET KITCHEN

    You'll get a winning cafe experience from the team at Kepos Street.

  • CLEVELAND'S

    Barista meets barber at this teeny Surry Hills cafe.

  • ST JUDE

    A café at the Redfern end of Bourke Street that's it's the answer to our prayers.

  • THE COUNTER

    Worth the short wait, this cafe is a pioneer of Petersham's cafe culture.

  • COFFEE TEA & ME

    Coffee Tea & Me is much like its sister. Cosy, kitsch and certainly worth a visit.

  • GOWINGS BAR & GRILL

    The old Gowings Bros buildings have undergone a $69 million redevelopment. The result? QT Hotel and Gowings Bar & Grill.

  • KURTOSH

    Kurtosh, the charming Hungarian-inspired bakery of Randwick, has opened shop in Surry Hills.

  • COWBELL 808

    This Bourke Street cafe reeks of retro goodness and plates up classic grub with a modern twist.

  • CAFE SHENKIN

    Erskineville's long-loved home of hearty shakshuka and insanely good pastries.

  • GYPSY ESPRESSO

    This Potts Point espresso bar is far from what its name suggests.

  • THE HILL EATERY

    A North Bondi hotspot centred on simplicity, sustainability and attention to detail.

  • TOWN BIKE PITSTOP

    This Darlington venue is exactly what its name implies — a place to park your bike and have a coffee.

  • COFFEE TEA & ME

    Coffee Tea & Me has that unique combination of charming decor, really good food, and delightfully low prices.

  • THREE BLUE DUCKS

    While Bronte could be dubbed Bondi’s shy kid sister, Three Blue Ducks borrows little from the quiet beach suburb’s gene pool.

  • REVOLVER

    A well-oiled machine, celebrating great coffee, generous food and a homely milieu.

  • MARLOWE’S WAY

    A little foodie haven tucked away from the dreary, 7-Eleven-dominated CBD precinct.

  • PAPERCUP CAFE

    Stanmore's Middle Eastern treat.

  • TRAINSPOTTING

    Choose life. Choose a job. Choose breakfast.

  • MCA CAFE

    The Museum's new cafe pairs incredible views with a casual canteen feel.

  • BREAD & CIRCUS WHOLEFOODS CANTEEN

    With pineapple leaves and pot plants on every table, the impression of wellbeing and earthy goodness is hard to escape.

  • THE GROUNDS OF ALEXANDRIA

    The Grounds is innovative, idealist and a little bit chic - in the best possible way.

  • REUBEN HILLS

    A cafe that encapsulates the slick inner-city vibe of Surry Hills (particularly with it's seriously good coffee roasts).

  • THE WEDGE ESPRESSO

    Wedge is the result of 23 year-old and first time cafe owner Toby Wilson’s savoir-faire.

  • LA PAULA

    Most of us are familiar with the wonderful empanada and the delightful churro, but this little Chilean bakery in Fairfield has much much more.

  • CORNERSMITH

    This Marrickville cafe feels a little French and a little like you’re sitting in a large kitchen of an old Australian home.

  • FERNSIDE COFFEE SHOPPE

    Fernside, cheekily distancing itself from the neighbouring Surry Hills, isn’t revolutionising the café concept but what they do, they do damn well.

  • BELGRAVE CARTEL

    The Cartel is bringing a slice of Melbourne and more than a hint of Italy to Manly's streets.

  • ANDREW ‘BOY’ CHARLTON CAFE

    All your beach parties and frolicking in the ocean counts for nothing if you haven't visited this place.

  • THE COMMONS LOCAL EATING HOUSE

    In the midst of Darlinghurst’s shoulder to shoulder apartments, congested streets and endless noise, The Commons acts as the voice of reason.

  • CLIPPER CAFE

    It’s hard not to fall a little bit in love with Clipper Cafe, a breath of fresh air on the Glebe Point strip.

  • THE BUNKER

    Bunker down for a cosy coffee in this intimate urban escape.

  • BILLS

    A Sydney institution that never gets old.

  • BAR INDIGO

    Phenomenal coffee, outstanding service and unavoidable food envy. Bar Indigo ticks all the right boxes.

  • SONOMA

    The Sydney kings of sourdough have set up shop on Campbell Parade. Bondi hipsters rejoice.

  • BLACK STAR PASTRY

    Black Star Pastry offers world-class pastry with an atmosphere (and prices) to make you feel right at home.

  • BROWN SUGAR

    Sitting on Bondi’s Curlewis Street it is a perfect spot for a post-dip bite.

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