Crack Kitchen makes use of the natural light of the tall, narrow building it's housed in. There’s a lot of white and a bit of a Scandinavian vibe. Emma Sadie Thomson (EST) plants and hangers add a touch of greenery to the space, which opened in 2016.

The first floor is dedicated to dining and a roastery operates on the mezzanine. The all-day menu includes mushrooms, maple-soaked cultured cream and kale chips on charcoal ciabatta; baked eggs with seared scallops; and a bowl of sashimi salmon, ginger rice, edamame and leafy greens.

Pots of tea, smoothies, fresh juices, milkshakes and organic soft drinks round off the menu.

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Updated: April 2nd, 2024

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