It's a mixed bag.
A thriving dining destination with a mix of innovative eats and old-school diners.
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Visit for innovative, Japanese-tinged breakfasts by former bills head chef Kenny Takayama.
A busy Redfern fixture with an exhaustive breakfast menu.
How many cafes run free personal training sessions for their customers?
Naan sandwiches and brioche French toast in an underground bunker.
A cafe that veers far from the usual script – like serving a croissant stuffed with fried chicken.
A slice of the Central Coast in the city.
Sourdough, croissants, pies and more.
Simple and honest sandwiches, just like the name implies.
Half classic cafe, half Vietnamese restaurant, with a tongue wedged firmly in cheek.
This breezy cafe is best enjoyed on a warm, sunny afternoon.
A compact cafe next to Redfern Station that's perfect for coffee and a bite before you hop on the train.
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 juice and salad bar giving new life to “ugly” produce destined for landfill.
Head to this sunny corner cafe for a bacon and egg roll and a milkshake.
A temple of tea, with yum cha to match.
A pleasant spot to while away an hour or two with a Campos coffee.
A cafe where the bicycles aren’t just for decoration.
Combines the best of Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisines, from breakfast through to dinner.