It's a mixed bag.
A thriving dining destination with a mix of innovative eats and old-school diners.
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A gin bar that covers 200 years of cocktail history.
The space is pink, the food’s got spice and you can eat and drink there from sunrise to sunset.
The noodles are made fresh in-house every day and the ramen recipe is top secret.
Visit for innovative, Japanese-tinged breakfasts by former bills head chef Kenny Takayama.
Beautifully crafted homewares from all over the globe.
Barbequed chooks, vino and fake grape vines from the Arcadia Liquors and Redfern Continental team.
A busy Redfern fixture with an exhaustive breakfast menu.
A kitsch Australian-inspired eatery in Redfern serving fairy-bread pud and roo pie
A retro restaurant and bar from the team behind The Glenmore.
A Viking-themed cocktail bar and carvery joint from the Eau De Vie crew. Yes, it's just as outrageous as it sounds.
A tiny dumpling bar with a giant fake fish tank and a killer wine list.
This compact all-rounder constantly changes its menus, but its cocktails and Euro-inflected share plates are reliably excellent.
How many cafes run free personal training sessions for their customers?
Head to this sunny corner cafe for a bacon and egg roll and a milkshake.
Sicilian-style pizzas made to a secret recipe.
Simple and honest sandwiches, just like the name implies.
Small-batch Asian-inspired doughnuts that got their start at markets across Sydney.
Sourdough, croissants, pies and more.
A don joint specialising in Japanese teas and an incredible matcha tiramisu.
A slice of the Central Coast in the city.
A delightful treasure trove of old and new.
An eccentric, yet neighbourly, watering hole.
An artisan gelataria on Regent Street.
This small bar is part of the community, located on Redfern's fringe.
This breezy cafe is best enjoyed on a warm, sunny afternoon.
A juice and salad bar giving new life to “ugly” produce destined for landfill.
A cafe that veers far from the usual script – like serving a croissant stuffed with fried chicken.
Naan sandwiches and brioche French toast in an underground bunker.
The Beer Baron's scruffy yet inviting watering hole.
Half classic cafe, half Vietnamese restaurant, with a tongue wedged firmly in cheek.
A temple of tea, with yum cha to match.
For coffee and a simple lunch, this closet-sized cafe hits the spot. You may want to look elsewhere if you're after something more involved.
A small bar with an exhaustive range of rare and inventive beers.
A compact cafe next to Redfern Station that's perfect for coffee and a bite before you hop on the train.
Real-deal American seafood boil, time to get your hands dirty.
A pleasant spot to while away an hour or two with a Campos coffee.
A cafe where the bicycles aren’t just for decoration.
A colourful home for furniture made to withstand the Australian elements.
Combines the best of Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisines, from breakfast through to dinner.