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Some fanatics call this the best pasticceria in Sydney. Five Dock’s Italian community certainly seems to think of. In any case, the quality of Tamborrino’s Roman-style biscuits, cannoli and cream-filled pastries is evident. For a quick breafkast, go for an Italian-style croissant and a strong espresso.
You’ll find this cafe and grocer in an old loading dock in Marrickville’s backstreets. Behind the roller doors is a sleek space with high-vaulted ceilings and dark timber tables. On the menu, there’s something for everyone’s tastes. Apart from seafood, every ingredient is sourced from owner David “Stix” Allison’s farm just outside Sydney.
This is where Bill Granger first became Australia’s unofficial brunch ambassador. At one time, this breakfasts at this sun-drenched cafe were the yardstick by which all the city’s cafes were measured: avocado on Iggy’s bread, poached eggs with elevated sides and ricotta hotcakes. A blond-wooded, white-walled institution.
The Navy Bear
The Bird & Bear group has applied its tried and true formula here to Royal Australian Navy Sailing Association’s (Ransa) boatshed – fully unlocking the space’s potential and the stunning harbour vistas that come with it. Visit for all day-coffee and breakfasts and lunches that cover all bases (yes, fish’n’chips is a menu mainstay).