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SYDNEY – FOOD HOTSPOTS

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The Brunch culture in Sydney has inspired me from the very beginning. There are infinite possibilities to indulge in culinary delights.

That I can combine this hobby, yes I would almost call it hobby, with my job is of course a wonderful thing indeed.

Anyway, I’d like to introduce you to my absolute favorites today. You shouldn’t miss these spots if you want to visit the other end of the world.

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Flour Drum Newtown

I have rarely been so enthusiastic about a cafe. The cordial owner does his job with so much passion and ambition, impressive. The ambience is very personal and with great attention to detail. Every morning should start with a latte and date pudding from here. Believe me, you wouldn’t have any more worries. I find it especially great that there is something for everyone – vegans, vegetarians, grannies & grandpas, business men and breakfast lovers. Disappointment impossible.

Website: http://flourdrum.com.au

Buddha Bowl Cafe

This small, new cafe (also in Newtown) I had only discovered shortly before my departure. Nevertheless, I was immediately in love. It is completely vegan with vegetarian options. The ‘Blue Algae Latte’ & ‘Banana & Coconut French Toast’ don’t let me sleep at night anymore dreaming of the flavours.

Believe me, absolute addiction danger. The waitress was at least as sweet as our breakfast.

Could have spent all day there.

Website: https://www.buddhabowlcafe.com.au/

SHUK

I don’t think there’s a restaurant I’ve visited more often than SHUK. Whether breakfast, lunch or dinner (on Wednesdays there is recently a ‘vegan night’ with a menu that enchants the senses).

In my opinion, the best sourdough in the world. Really heavy, thick and still warm slices. I’m an absolute bread lover anyway. Add some avocado and fresh olive oil and I’m happy.

Fresh orange juice, coffee and homemade granola with coconut yoghurt round off the whole more than perfectly.

Website: http://www.shukbondi.com/

Méjico

I’ll be honest with you, expect to pay here. It’s expensive. Very expensive. BUT it’s worth it by more than 100%.

We had by far the nicest and best waiter and really excellent service. The menu leaves nothing to be desired.

Whether the guacamole, tacos or delicious Mexican margaritas and tequilas, everything depends on seasonal availability. You can’t get any fresher.

If you’re nearby, put it on your to-do list. You’ll melt there.

Website: https://www.mejico.com.au

Auvers Cafe

This treasure lies a little outside the city, but it is worth a visit in any case.

I don’t usually like Matcha, but these Pancakes, I tell you, they’re after you.

Website: http://www.auverscafe.com.au

Preach Cafe

In my opinion, everything is just right here. The service (the staff are incredibly friendly, courteous and personal), the atmosphere, the feeling and most importantly, the Eating.

No matter if ‘Activated Charcoal Acai Bowl’ – ‘Triple Chia Bowl’ or just a Juice, Smoothie or Coffee – here you do nothing wrong with any choice.

Bondi Beach is of course a very touristic location, but the cliché of a simple standard cafe is missed by miles.

The furnishings are classic, in warm colours and flooded with light.

If you manage to get the table right at the front, JACKPOT.

But it’s not that easy, because the cafe is always very busy and well visited.

Website: https://www.facebook.com/preachcafe/

 

Hale & Hearty

They exist, the healthy pancakes. We are talking about thick, fluffy pancakes that melt in the mouth and are gluten- and lactose-free. The banana variant with vegan vanilla ice cream, pure Canadian maple syrup and chopped walnuts. Oh yes. Bull’s-eye.

Website: https://www.haleandhearty.com.au

Did you get a taste for it? Stay tuned, a regular sequel will follow 😉

Love, Nathalie.

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