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66 King Street, Sydney
Now open on King Street, it's slinging cuppas and breakfast bites by day, and sandwiches and mini cocktails in the afternoon.
185 Campbell Street, Surry Hills
Try a variety of kimchi, browse wares from local Korean designers or sit down for a hearty brunch at this new Surry Hills cafe-deli.
69 Abercrombie Street, Chippendale
This corner eatery brings "Korean soul food" and soju cocktails to Chippendale.
48 Womerah Avenue, Darlinghurst
Swap energy drinks for kombucha and red frogs for sourdough at this Darlinghurst corner store.
Toastiesmith - Darling Square
1 Little Pier Street, Haymarket
A cafe dishing up Korean-style sangas and house-made sodas.
28 Kensington Street, Chippendale
Sydney's favourite doughnut joint has a new little sister that'll fulfill your post-Spice Alley dessert cravings.
20 Chapel Street, Marrickville
A farm-to-table cafe has opened inside a Marrickville loading dock.
60 Carrington Street, Sydney
This CBD cafe is here for your morning croissants, lunchtime bubbles and caffeine afternoon pick-me-ups.
105 Willoughby Road, Crows Nest
Low-sugar baked goods and unexpected brunch dishes await at this Crows Nest cafe.
Grosvenor Place, 225 George Street, Sydney
A new CBD bakery with flaky croissants, towering cakes and savoury pies.
436 Victoria Avenue, Chatswood
The lower north shore's toastie cafe offers up Korean-style sangas and house-made sodas.
Comeco Foods Cafe
524A King Street, Newtown
All the doughnuts, brownies and sushi rolls are gluten free and vegan at this Newtown bakery.
303A Liverpool Street, Darlinghurst
This millennial pink Darlinghurst cafe takes your regular brunch up a notch with plenty of caviar and truffle.
8 Crewe Place, Rosebery
Welcome to Rosebery's dedicated cat cafe and playground.
Gram Cafe & Pancakes
Try fluffy soufflé pancakes at the Chatswood outpost of this Japanese cult-favourite.
Lox in a Box
96 Glenayr Avenue, North Bondi
A Jewish deli delivering some of Sydney's best bagels to your doorstep — seven days a week.
Mrs Palmer Sandwich
81 Stanley Street, Darlinghurst
This hole-in-the-wall sells sandos created by Sydney's top chefs by day, and transforms into a margarita bar after dark.
Cadenza Floral Cafe
211 Pacific Highway, North Sydney
A North Sydney cafe serving up extravagant Korean brunch fare in a preserved flower store.
414 Central Coast Highway, Erina Heights
Elegant high tea and daily paddock-to-plate café fare found in a bright and contemporary setting.
83 Underwood Street, Paddington
A hole-in-the-wall corner cafe serving coffee, cold-pressed juices and grab-and-go bites.