Crows Nest has always been a significant commercial area for the north. Recently, that's been strengthened by an influx of cutting-edge cafes.
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Everything at Mschief, from the banana and pear bread to the brownies, tarts and cakes, is low in sugar.
A tiny Japanese-style standing bar in Sydney’s north that doubles as a ramen joint during the day.
This eatery serves long breakfasts, quick lunches and Turkey’s answer to yum cha for dinner.
A three-hour sushi degustation hidden in a teppanyaki restaurant on the lower north shore.
Step in for brews from Edition Coffee Roasters and an Asian-fusion menu.
Seasonal share plates and a stellar drinks list from an ex-Rockpool bartender.
Step in for allergy-conscious meals and Sample coffee.
Fresh, perfectly executed Japanese.
The Hungarian chimney cakes head over the bridge.
A 50-year-old German restaurant with a 4000-bottle cellar and a killer pork knuckle.
A charming scoop of gelato for dessert in the heart of Crows Nest.
Canadian rock’n’roll diner, with fun times and poutine.
This atmospheric small bar is upping the ante for late-night fun in Crows Nest.
This is South Indian with heart and soul in Crows Nest.
A cosy wine and whiskey bar in Crows Nest.
A small wine bar experience.
Side-street nook coffee fix.
Leading the foodie charge in Crows Nest.