6 items tagged "coffee"

  • 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!

  • Chow Bella, Lidcombe

    If you follow us on Instagram, there’s no doubt you would have seen our regular photos of coffee stops or weekend brunches at Chow Bella in Lidcombe. Chow Bella is one of our favourite local cafes due to the delicious food, great coffee and friendly staff. Sean Miskin is the man behind Chow Bella. In 2010 he left his career as a chef in the hotel and hatted restaurant scene to take on, what was at the time, a small and humble coffee shop in his local neighbourhood. Since then, he has relaunched Chow Bella as a large, vibrant café with an ever evolving menu giving Lidcombe locals a reason to visit. We recently stopped by for lunch to try some of the new and exciting dishes now on offer.

  • 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!

  • Social Hideout Parramatta

    Parramatta, how we love you! We can barely keep up with the new cafes constantly popping up in this ever-expanding area of Western Sydney. Social Hideout has been on our hit-list ever since we came across them on instagram a couple of months ago. A quiet Saturday morning presented the perfect opportunity to finally visit this café for brunch.

     

  • Suburban Spotlight - Auburn

    Multicultural Auburn is a food enthusiast’s dreamland! The eclectic array of cuisines and speciality stores that Auburn has on offer is unlike anywhere else. I visit Auburn very frequently and these are some the gems of Auburn I’ve come across:

     

  • The Factoria, Wetherill Park

    We have had to put on our running shoes on to keep up with the rapidly growing cafe scene in Western Sydney. I am happy to say we finally made it to The Factoria! It’s in an unusual spot, a factory unit in Wetherill Park. We found more than great coffee here, they stock a variable range of Italian gourmet groceries too. When we walked in and saw how this hip cafe was fitted out, I got a big rush of excitement! Being a mad collector of retro kitchenware. I could not tear my eyes off the bright retro walls and cool kitchen relics!