The warm, wood-panelled interior is the ideal setting to enjoy the all-day menu in.
Proud Israeli-heritage and friendly staff pervade the venue.
Pork-belly waffles and soft-shell-crab Benedict for humans, and “domuts”, smoothies and doggie chinos for pups.
A Sydney Park pit stop serving bacon and egg bánh mì and miso-caramel pancakes.
Hangover-curing toasties and homemade brownies baked on demand.
Greek-influenced shakes and pastries, behind Erskineville station.
Only the freshest.
A meal out at a restaurant can mean a lot of things to different people. Sometimes it's about the food, other times it's when you're too lazy to cook. This guide is for when it's about conversation. These restaurants are all (relatively) quiet – it just so happens that the food is excellent, too.
The venues shaping this city’s culinary scene.
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14 Nov 2019