Cafes

Ruby Lane Manly

200 Pittwater Rd, Manly

Sliderz Cafe Manly

Cnr Commonwealt Pde and West Esp, Manly

Little Legends Manly

7 Rialto Ln, Manly

Market Lane Cafe Manly

Shop 9-11, 37 The Corso, Market Pl, Manly

Barrel One Coffee Roasters Manly

40 E Esplanade, Manly

Paolo’s Cafe Manly

59 Birkley Rd, Manly

Showbox Coffee Manly

19 Whistler St, Manly

The Roast Office Manly

37 Darley Rd, Manly

Bluewater Cafe Manly

28 S Steyne, Manly

Three Beans Manly

2A Darley Rd, Manly

96 Degrees Cronulla

4 / 15 Ocean Grove Avenue, Cronulla

Nulla Nulla Cafe Cronulla

75 Cronulla St, Cronulla

Barefoot on the Beach Cafe Cronulla

30 Gerrale St, Cronulla

Bianchini’s Espresso Cronulla

80 Mitchell Rd, Cronulla

Heart & Soul Cafe Cronulla

2 Ocean Grove Ave, Cronulla

Grind Espresso Cronulla

Shop 14-16/2 Surf Rd, Cronulla

Ham Harry & Mario

3/17 Gerrale St, Cronulla

Kafenio Cronulla

9/1-7 Cronulla St, Cronulla

Contento Cafe Cronulla

1/45 Gerrale St, Cronulla

JOZO

At the juncture of Oxford Street and Lang Street, Jozo overlooks the luscious green space of Centennial Park in a building with over 100 years of history – indeed, there are seldom more beautiful and photogenic spots to drink coffee in Sydney. Breakfast and lunch are catered for with a deep menu headlined by the famous poke bowl. Friday nights allows the hard liquor flow as ‘Jazz Fridays’ start the party with a juicy cocktail selection during this weekly special.

495 Oxford St, Paddington

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Sonder Café

With an ever-changing single-origin option, Sonder is a place for coffee lovers. The intricacies of flavour combined with the floor-to-ceiling murals make it feel like home. The Australian-fusion kitchen rules out no option having cited Italian and Thai inspirations in their latest dishes.

227 Glenmore Rd, Paddington

Gusto

A quaint eatery in the east of Paddington, Gusto is spoiled for outdoor space to enjoy its international menu ranging from Italian loaves of bread, green salads and the occasional pan-Asian curry with Indonesian cuisine recently appearing on the menu.

226 Glenmore Rd, Paddington

Wild Sage

One of the hottest cafes in Barangaroo, Wild Sage offers up an excellent menu of contemporary Australian dishes. Based within a congenial and relaxed setting, it hosts all day dining, as well as share plates and drinks you can have until late.

Exchange Place, 3 Sussex St, Barangaroo

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Double Barrel Coffee

A no frills cosy coffee and foodhouse at 2-4 King St, Newtown, and passionate about presentation. All day breakfasts from 8am onwards made from fresh and seasonal ingredients, dine in or takeaway. Locals, returning again and again, describe the dishes as “heavenly” and “awesome”. Delivery available, and groups welcome.

2-4 King St, Newtown

Chill Cafe

Chill Café is a friendly and relaxed restaurant and bar at 477 King Street, with a child friendly menu, tasty vegan options, and an extensive coffee and breakfast menu. Lunches are quick and generous and affordable, and include sandwiches, salads, burgers pasta, soup, and everything coffee from brewed to babycino.

477 King St, Newtown

SOUL BREW

The generous and confident Soul Brew on Australia Street brings a South Asian influence to all things brunch, think Thai Corn Fritters and Confit  or Ocean Trout Poached Eggs and Avi on toast. Soul Brew present their own house blend coffee beans. Open by 7 on weekdays and 8 on weekends.

243 Australia St, Newtown

Hollis Park Cafe

An attractive corner café on Wilston Street offering food, coffee, and tea in a quiet and tranquil setting. They serve beautifully plated breakfast, brunch and lunch treats, opening by 7 on weekdays, 8 on weekends, and usually closing by 3. The French toast is something to return for and highly recommended.

187 Wilson St, Newtown

The Wolf & Honeybee

Locals meet often at the quirky Wolf & Honeybee in Edgeware Road, where local produce is stocked and sold, and unconventional fresh and organic menus are enjoyed inside and out. This café and gallery support many local businesses and artists, and you can enjoy marvellous artisan coffees, think Lemony, Medium-Bodied Espresso.

206 Edgeware Rd, Newtown

Soulmate

The Soulmate, on Phillip St, Newtown, offer an experienced menu of classics done well. Somehow they manage to coax complex flavours from simple dishes, think  Mushroom Toastie with mushrooms, kale butter, confit garlic pickled onion provolone and chilli oil . Coffees are built on their house blend, Single O. Dogs welcome.

Unit 12/39 Phillip St, Newtown

One Another

One Another is an airy and attractive high quality café, with everything made in-house. Located on Wilston Street on a peaceful corner, they offer housemade pastries and have just introduced a new espresso and vanilla bean cruller. Coffee is by Sample Coffee, and they offer craft teas, and fruit juices.

shop 1/131 Wilson St, Newtown

Rising Sun Workshop

A combined restaurant and workshop on Whateley St for diners and motorcycle enthusiasts. The Rising Sun provides space, tools, and motorcycle knowledge as well as a la carte, and general menus which impress the foodies. They regularly seek out local winemakers, roasters, distillers, brewers, and growers to supply their kitchen.

1C Whateley St, Newtown

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Rolling Penny

The Rolling Penny is a “hipster little joint” located in King St, Newtown, and offers a divine selection of desserts and bakes, coffees, and brunches. The beautiful main wall artwork is by artist, Scotty Nagy. A subtle and healthy menu: do not miss the Divorced Eggs and coffee blood orange curd.

583A King St, Newtown

Hoochie Mamma Cafe

Hoochie Mamma, on 156 Missenden Rd, Newtown, is a fully licensed café near the Sydney University and the RPA hospital, with a European inspired menu, house blended coffee beans, and coffee, desserts, pastas and burgers. It is The Place for brunch and wonderfully “built” drinks from a excellent (licensed) drinks list.

156 Missenden Rd, Newtown

Cuckoo Callay

The Cuckoo Callay on King St is a 7 day coffeehouse near the Newtown train station. They offer a funky and fun menu; if you’re puzzled by “Rollin with my Homies”, or “George’s Gorgeous Cousin”, or “Reubs in the Moo”, come and try them. They even offer great dog treats.

324A King St, Newtown

Ampersand Cafe & Bookstore

Known as one of the best book shops in Sydney. Here at Ampersand Cafe, we have more than 30,000 books spread over 3 floors. Simply take one off the shelf and peruse while you enjoy our coffee and fare. Find one you can’t put down? All books are available for sale. Simply pay with our friendly staff at the front counter.

78 Oxford St, Paddington

Wilson Cafe

Situated at 35 Richards Lane, Surry Hills, the Wilson Café offers a simple and delicious menu in a cosy recycled décor interior. They’re Columbian coffee and food specialists; ethical, passionate, and vocal about sustainable environments.  Joaquin Wilson powers the direct-trade link with their coffee farmers and communities. Open Monday to Friday.

35 Richards Ln, Surry Hills

Veneziano Coffee

Veneziano Coffee is a specialty espresso bar and barista training studio located at 352 Burke Street, and who came from Melbourne to open in Surry Hills in 2018. They offer specialty pasties and doughnuts along with artisan coffees made from beans from Africa and Central and South America. Open 7 days.

352 Bourke St, Surry Hills

Two Skinny Pickles

Two Skinny Pickles offers dine in and takeaway from Elizabeth St, Surry Hills. It’s tiny place, but don’t be fooled. They hand make all their goodies, including smoothies and specialty coffees and sandwiches and an artisan chilli sauce. A healthy and modern menu by experienced foodies Jerome and Danie. Closed Sundays.

1/302-306 Elizabeth St, Surry Hills

Two Good Eggs

Two Good Eggs is open 7 days a week and overlooks Harmony park in Surry hills from Shop 2/148. A European inspired breakfast and lunch menu with healthy artisan dishes, including the popular Parmesan, Roast Tomato and Poached Egg Bruschetta with Crispy Prosciutto & Pesto on Sourdough. It’s hearty and creative!

Unit 2/148 Goulburn St, Surry Hills

Triple Shot

Two Good Eggs is open 7 days a week and overlooks Harmony park in Surry hills from Shop 2/148. A European inspired breakfast and lunch menu with healthy artisan dishes, including the popular Parmesan, Roast Tomato and Poached Egg Bruschetta with Crispy Prosciutto & Pesto on Sourdough. It’s hearty and creative!

533 Crown St, Surry Hills

Toast Cafe

Toast Café is a food house at 45 Reservoir Street, who offer creative organic menus for breakfast and lunch (and takeaway) in a large dining area, which they also offer for exclusive private dinners. Toast Café creates many of their own condiments, including chilli jam, hummus, and macadamia nut pesto.

45 Reservoir St, Surry Hills

The Reformatory Caffeine Lab

A passion for good food, outstanding coffee, and coffee education is what fuels The Reformatory Caffeine Lab on Foveaux Street, Surrey Hills. They’re proud of their story and of the very serious coffee experience they offer. An Argentinian inspired menu offers treats, desserts and takeaway. Open every day except Sundays.

17-51 Foveaux St, Surry Hills

The Pelican Hills

The Pelican Hills is open every day at 200-218 Goulburn St, Surry Hills, and is a stylish, cosy and casual eating place with generous breakfasts, fun lunches, and impressive dinners. It’s all Australian food, but with global secrets you’ll enjoy. It’s a great place for cocktails, mocktails and lusciously built desserts.

200-218 Goulburn St, Surry Hills

The Nuns’ Pool

103 Ewos Parade, Cronulla

The Little Marionette

The Little Marionette is a boutique food and beverage house founded by Ed Cutcliffe on Kippax Street in Surry Hills, and who offer specialty beans and barista training. All their beans are manually roasted offsite in Sydney’s Inner West. They offer good brunch and munch choices and very unique coffees.

110 Kippax Street Surry Hills

The Factory Grind

Located at 344 Bourke Street, Surry Hills, The Factory Grind is open every single day of the year. A small and immensely popular family run eatery since 2016, the locals return for the variety, and the warm, relaxing atmosphere. The food is simply excellent Turkish fare, made from fresh local ingredients.

1/344 Bourke St, Surry Hills

The Balkan Butler

The Balkan Butler is situated on the corner of  Foveaux and Commonwealth Streets and offers a rare experience of quality Macedonian foods. The café is run by mother and son team Nada and David Nedelkovski, who make everything on their menu, including the Pleskavica Burger, the Balkan salads, and the rustic fried piperki. Come and join the family.

Corner of Foveaux and, Commonwealth St, Surry Hills

Suzie Q Coffee & Records

Located on Hutchinson Street, Surry Hills,  and open every day, Susie Q is a laid back anything goes type of place – only it doesn’t! Only the best things go on this artisan food and wine menu, think: Sourdough, Night Rye or Nonies Charcoal Bread with St. David’s Cultured Butter, and Seasonal Jam!!

1/18 Hutchinson St, Surry Hills

Sticky Fingers

You can dine in or get yourself some takeaway at 23 Pelican Street, a casual yet serious Asian cuisine café offering fragrant breakfasts and lunches –  and they love what they do! Best to try the specialty offerings first, such as their Summer Breakfast. Eat privately and quietly, or as a group.

23 Pelican St, Surry Hills

SHUK – Elizabeth Bay

Israeli theme cafe in Elizabeth Bay.

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