The beating heart of Sydney’s dining scene.
Whether you're after coffee, a sweet treat or a full-blown meal.
Surry Hills, where you can do a bar crawl that includes a leading natural-wine bar, a pub with 15-plus taps of beer, an internationally a...
Dulwich Hill's cafes are illustrative of the inner-west's enormous cultural diversity. The only thing these places have in common are gre...
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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.
A strong contender for the title of most inventive breakfasts in Sydney.
Another winner from Bill Granger, the man who revolutionised Sydney's cafe scene.
Refined bread, tarts, croissants, cookies and pastries.
A garden-themed cafe where the menu is never predictable.
Consistently great coffee from the original shakers in the city’s third wave coffee movement.
Where everybody knows your name, and your coffee order.
Innovative brunch dishes by an ex-fine-dining chef.
An extension of the popular Mona Vale cafe and bakery in the inner east.
A Malaysian cafe and fashion store in Surry Hills.
Get your fill of home-style Colombian dishes and single-origin coffee.
The fast lunchtime sandwich, perfected.
Great coffee and even better tunes.
A tiny, coffee-centric cafe in Surry Hills.
A part-cafe and part-workshop for experts and budding barista amateurs.
A tiny macaron and tea specialist.
It's all about customisation.
A quiet achiever at the foot of Surry Hills.
The fourth cafe in a group of popular Israeli-influenced cafes.
A relaxed low-key cafe with a nod to the owner's DJ background.
A fast-food salad bar.
Down on Bourke Street, a batch is brewing and it’s from Bolivia … this week.
Youeni is now The Foundry, but is still serving up seasonal goodness.
A neat sandwich shop serving the best things between bread.
A charming place to enjoy fresh local ingredients and alfresco dining on one of Sydney’s favourite streets.
All decisions at The Reformatory have been made to emphasise its diverse coffee offering.
Good food, warm hearts and no frills.
Serious coffee in the backstreets.
Macedonian food, including burek made by a master.
There are crepes and then there are authentic, French crepes.
Perhaps Sydney’s smallest cafe.
Meadow is the perfect way to refuel at Redfern’s Prince Alfred Park Pool.
A Hungarian cafe and bakery that warrants a few repeat visits.
A specialty espresso bar in the most unlikely of spaces.
Cook books and breakfast.
Seriously good coffee.
A space-themed cat cafe.
Combining barbering and baristing.