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A bakery from the Bodega team. Visit for baked-bean toasties, jam doughnuts, sausage rolls and quince danishes – with a Mimosa or Bloody Mary on the side.
One of Sydney’s most treasured spots for Italian culture.
Kirribilli’s Cool Mac crew bring cod roe melts and soba noodles to the inner west.
David Allison supplies produce from his Hawkesbury farm to some of the best restaurants in Sydney. Now, he's doing farm-to-table dining at this urban market and cafe in a former industrial loading dock.
Doughnuts, vegetarian food and a back-to-basics approach.
The first solo venture from pastry maestro Andy Bowdy and his partner, ex-Hartsyard manager Maddison Howes.
There’s something slightly Alice in Wonderland about this cheery wholefoods cafe.
Enter this extravagant cafe in a corner art deco building – featuring a striking Keeley Baird (from Something More Design) fit-out and a mural by artist Andrew Dennis – for truffles, caviar and a toastie that has to be seen to be believed.
Sourdough is king at this lauded bakery.
A strong contender for the title of most inventive breakfasts in Sydney.
Visit for innovative, Japanese-tinged breakfasts by former bills head chef Kenny Takayama.
A tiny cafe setting the standard for breakfasts.
You’ll recognise the names of the pastries at this bakehouse, but otherwise they’re completely original.
Don’t be fooled by this cafe’s modest appearance – it can do plenty in its tiny kitchen.
An unlikely pairing of ramen and motorbike repairs.
A smaller, simpler version of Reuben Hills in the CBD.
Another winner from Bill Granger, the man who revolutionised Sydney's cafe scene.
A coffee experience bar, with premium-reserve coffees to try and barista training out back.
An expansive warehouse space serving some of the best brunch and coffee in Sydney.
At the cutting edge of coffee in Sydney.
Where else can you get a cheese melt with a plate of katsu or ochazuke?
Come for kimchi toasties, wild-foraged mushrooms on Iggy’s bread and interesting coffee.
Consistently great coffee from the original shakers in the city’s third wave coffee movement.
Good things come in small, sweet packages, at least at Penny Fours bakery on Norton Street.
The vast headquarters for one of Sydney’s top coffee roasters.
In the heart of Pitt Street’s Thai town, the Chat Thai family dynasty has established Sydney’s first Thai grocer/cafe.
Dressed up and unconventional all-day meals in a laid-back and sunny setting.
Proof that CBD cafes don't need to be cramped.
As far as small corner cafes go, this is about as good as it gets.
Innovative brunch dishes by an ex-fine-dining chef.
Espresso Martinis on tap and mee-goreng toasties.
Cheap pork-katsu sangas, “sort-of-poke bowls” and Single-O brews.
The pastry chef here has cooked for the Obamas and the Clintons, in the kitchens of Est and Kisume, and won multiple awards at the World Pastry Cup.
A garden-themed cafe where the menu is never predictable.
There’s always a line for this Mascot bakery’s excellent banh mi.
No-rules croissants made with charcoal-dyed dough. Past fillings have included salmon, ginger and wasabi.
Inspired by a traditional Japanese farm or mountain house, with takeaway bento boxes and fine-dining level mains.
Just as sunny as its seaside locale.
The chef trained at Thomas Keller's legendary French Laundry in California as well as some of LA's hottest restaurants.
Pork-belly waffles and soft-shell-crab Benedict for humans, and “domuts”, smoothies and doggie chinos for pups.
A quirky cafe with its own unique house blend by Little Marionette.
Serving breakfast crème brûlée, salmon terrine and brown-butter scrambled eggs.
A love letter to owner Rafaele Yon's native France.
This Greek cafe channels new-school Athens, serving an array of pastries, pies and cakes.
A smoothie and salad bar that’s keen on Australian native ingredients.
A mature take on comfort food.
This cafe – from the founder of The Grounds of Alexandria – is looking to reinvent the humble office lobby.
A modern atrium space on Liverpool Road’s busy strip.
Everything at Mschief, from the banana and pear bread to the brownies, tarts and cakes, is low in sugar.
A Japanese-inspired cafe with a menu that changes from week to week.