10 items tagged "Brunch"

  • 1606 Luis de Torres, Rhodes

    1606 Luis de Torres in Rhodes gives a Korean twist to modern cafe favourites with some European influence thrown in for good measure. They are open for breakfast lunch and dinner with the formative two menus available all day long. On our evening visit, we had breakfast for dinner, or as we like to call it, brinner!

  • Armory Wharf Cafe, Newington

    The Armory Wharf Caféhas to be one of my favourite cafes in Sydney. Mainly, I love the location. Hidden down the bottom of the hill of Blaxland Riverside Park, it is a fantastic place to soak up the sunshine as you watch the rivercats float past. On the weekends and during school holidays, the place gets packed and for good reason. The parkland is a trail of playgrounds, bike tracks and walkways. You can pack a picnic, or like we do, choose to visit the Armory Wharf Café for coffee and brunch.

  • Brunch at Ristretto and Co

    We recently visited a small, rustic café. The walls were styled with exposed brick, corregated iron, timber and tiles. The seating area was a covered green house, surrounded by hanging ferns. You’d be forgiven for thinking that this hole in the wall café was located in somewhere like Balmain, but in fact it’s in western Sydney’s Liverpool.

  • Granata's at Pemulwuy

    Nestled near the gumtrees of the Pemulwuy neighbourhood sits a modern, Italian café. We visited on a Sunday morning for brunch and lots of locals had a similar idea. Though bustling with diners sitting inside and outside the café as well as nearby residents popping in for their morning coffee, the food at Granata's still comes out fresh and fast.

  • Johnny Fong's, Mount Pritchard

    Johnny Fong’s Yum Cha restaurant is bringing those in and around Mount Pritchard an indulgent oriental dining experience. Located inside Mounties, the restaurant is modern and sophisticated, yet retains all the charm and hospitality that you’d expect at a traditional Yum Cha eatery. We recently ditched our usual Sunday brunch of bacon and eggs and instead visited Johnny Fong’s for some mid-morning dumplings and jasmine tea.

  • Lachlan's at Old Government House, Parramatta

    The sun was out on Sunday morning, so I pestered Ethan until he was forced to get out of bed and take me out for brunch. We went to Lachlan’sat Parramatta. Lachlan’s is set in the picturesque Parramatta Park, on the site of Old Government House. I absolutely adored this place from the moment I walked in as history and good food are two of my most favourite things.

  • Paper Plane, Parramatta

    Paper Plane Café is a lovely little coffee spot on Horwood Place in Parramatta, parallel to the famous Eat Street. Its adorable setting of tiled tables, chalkboard drawings and pretty cushions makes it the perfect place to catch up with a friend for Brunch. Oh, and the breakfast menu is pretty good, too!

  • The Dining and Co, North Ryde

    Sydney Chef Justin Park’s new cafe, The Dining and Co, is tucked away where you would least expect to find it. The surprise location is Avon Street in the leafy residential part of North Ryde. With Campos coffee and delicious cafe food practically on their doorstep, this place has already become a hit with the neighbours.

  • The Usual Cafe, Cabramatta

    Smack bang in the middle of Cabramatta, perhaps The Usual Café should have been called the Unusual Café, as unlike its local authentic Vietnamese counterparts, this eatery looks sleek with a menu to match. A somewhat peaceful place to retreat to, away from the hustle and bustle of the colourful streets, it was the spot for a recent catch up with friends.

  • Twine and Twig, Wentworth Point

    Twine and Twig has been keeping residents of Wentworth Point fed and watered since 2012. Since that time, or certainly the past year and a half that I have been frequenting it, the café has continuously evolved its seasonal menu to include some really unique and healthy options. The most recent meal I had from Twine and Twig was an impressive, healthy brunch dish that has reignited my love for the charming neighbourhood café.