The place has changed owners but lost none of its charm. Much like Sydney road itself, Ray’s is buzzing at all times of the day. It's a melting pot of local kids, young mothers with prams and the culturally diverse inhabitants of Brunswick.
These folk cram around communal table or hide away in the back for a private conversation, but an Atomica coffee is never far away. Ray's three-group La Marzocco Linea machine busts out a steady stream of goodness.
The hearty and extensive food menu is heavy on Middle Eastern influences, with the labneh and haloumi highlights. Later in the day, get your hands on a Bloody Mary, or choose from the small selection of beer and cider.
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