The Best Cafes In Sydney

The Best Cafes In Sydney 2017-10-15T01:07:26+00:00

Aside from Sydney’s famous Opera House and Sydney’s Harbour Bridge, do you know that the city is best known for their warm and inviting cafes? Cafes are the perfect places for you and your friends to grab a quick brunch may it be an egg benedict melting over toasted English muffins or fluffy pancakes paired with crisp bacon slices, you name it and they have it. Sydney has all these in store for you and more in their throngs of cafes.

It doesn’t matter what you’re craving at the moment whether it’s muffins, French toast, bread, pasta you can be certain that you’ll find what you are looking for in the best cafes in Sydney. Aside from food, these cafes are known for their wide selection of coffee. We all know that coffee makes everything okay. So if you’re having a terrible day, a fight with your lover, a toxic day at the office or if you’re just feeling a little depressed for no reason at all, you know where to go to.

The following is our list of the best cafes you should visit when in Sydney.

1. The Cross Eatery

Located in 155 Clarence Street Sydney, New South Wales 2000, this quaint yet busy café is open from seven in the morning until four in the afternoon. The price range is moderate between $20 and $40. They are famed for their All Day Breakfast Sandwich. It is composed of a delectable stack of Feather and Bone ham, topped with a smooth poached egg, some kale salad and lastly, smothered with aioli and chili relish in between a warm Brickfields bun. It is spiced up perfectly and is a great way to jumpstart your day. The Danish-style ambiance is also very relaxing and it’s an incredible venue to share stories over salads, sandwiches and espressos.

2. Brickfields

Don’t miss out on one of the best cafés in Sydney. Brickfields is indeed one of a kind located in 206 Cleveland Street, Chippendale, NSW 2008, Porch Bread & Wine Parlour and many more. It’s a modern contemporary remake of the old village baker. It’s a collaborative work between chef Ben Abiad, baker Simon Cancio and Mecca Espresso’s famous Paul Geshos. As you can see, it’s a bakery, a café and a coffee bar all rolled into one. What more could you ask for? They also serve protein shakes if you’re not feeling too fancy. Furthermore, customers are offered free Wi-Fi so you can enjoy your meals with our without friends thanks to the Internet.

3. The Alchemist Espresso

Coffee aficionados will surely fall in love with The Alchemist Espresso café. This quaint and cozy café is located in 8 Carter Street, Cammeray. If you’re looking for good coffee and amazing food then this is definitely the place to be. They offer uniquely blended coffee that will surely make your day.

Sydney has indeed upped their café and coffee shop game. Before it was mostly just brunch but now they’ve transformed breakfast diners into warm and welcoming cafes that offer both brunch menus and a wide spectrum of coffee flavors. If you love coffee, come in and visit Webgator’s Sydney office on Market St.