Blaq Piq

7:00am - 4:00pm
11-15 Albert Street Sydney 2000

Blaq Piq is owned and run by Andy Aquett and Lemindau Hanapie, the previous owners and operators of Surry Hills cafe, Le Monde.

The cafe serves pandan-buttermilk pancakes: Kermit-coloured discs topped with crumbled pecan, jellied coconut, mango and edible flowers onto which you pour smoky coconut-sugar syrup. The pandan is strained over several days and blended straight into the buttermilk. Blaq Piq has also become known for its twice-cooked pork belly with pumpkin puree, 63-degree eggs, hollandaise sauce, Parmesan crisps and pickled vegetables and rocket.

Everything on the menu – with the exception of the bread and croissants, which is from Bread and Butter Project – is made in-house. Pastry chef Effendy Hendra is to thank for the increasingly popular doughnuts. Try sweet vegemite and cheese, a doughnut sandwich with coconut ice cream and milo, Nutella, or house-made berry jam.

Typically, the doughnuts are served with some junk-food-styled milkshakes. There is a biscuit-blended Oreo shake and a crumble-topped banoffee shake. Considering the great open air spot in the Albert Street courtyard, we predict a lot of Instagram snaps with loaded shakes and jammy doughnuts.

Updated: March 13th, 2018

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