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In Breakfast, Café, Dining on
June 21, 2018

Bare Grill, La Perouse

$25 is pretty standard for the price of brunch in Sydney.

It will probably get you a big breakfast in most cafés, or an eggs benny and drink, or perhaps a slightly more substantial lunch dish. But if you want to take your $25 further, you’ve got to visit Bare Grill.

Bare Grill, La Perouse

Breakfast Tower

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In Café, Dining, Dinner on
June 19, 2018

Left of Field x N2 – Queen’s Feast, Rhodes

Left of Field x N2 - Queen's Feast

For those of us hanging out in the ‘burbs, it’s not often that we get up to anything exciting after work- we don’t get the luxury of walking out of the office on Friday night, straight into the night life like the city dwellers! So when Left of Field announced their ‘Queen’s Feast’, a dinner collab with N2 Gelato, we couldn’t get out hands on those tickets quickly enough!We’re used to Left of Field by day, but with Queen tunes blaring out of speakers, and a dinner set up complete with tablecloths and blankets, it’s a completely different vibe at night!

Left of Field x N2 - Queen's Feast

Freddie Mercury Chilly 

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In Café, Dining on
June 17, 2018

Two Sis & Co., Pyrmont

You don’t even need to open Instagram to see how much of a online presence Two Sis & Co. has. Just sit down for a meal, or even just a drink, and the amount of cameras pointing towards food will give you a fair idea.

From beautiful pouring shots of their blue latte, to their Persian fairy floss covered shakes and french toast, and bruleed banana on their hot cakes, there’s no shortage of photogenic material. It makes for a great flatlay too, hence the constant standing up from numerous diners. We’re in 2018 after all!

Two Sis & Co., Pyrmont

Green Bull ($7)

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In Café, Dining on
May 30, 2018

Arthur Street Cafe, Baulkham Hills

You don’t find too many cafés with a simple name like Arthur Street Cafe anymore.

It’s simple and straight to the point. Just like the café itself.

Acai Smoothie Bowl

You won’t find anything gimmicky or particularly whacky on their single paged menu, but it’s simple classic café offerings are are what make it a local favourite.

We score an outdoor table, but there’s plenty of seating indoors if you prefer to stay out of the sun. But we’re liking the nice relaxed suburbian vibe. There’s kids playing throw and catch across the road and occasional dog walkers but it’s mostly quiet. It almost feels like I’m sitting on my front lawn.

Savoury Corn Waffle ($16.80)

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In Café, Dining on
May 8, 2018

Auvers Cafe, Rhodes

Auvers Cafe Rhodes

We think we’ve got the Rhodes cafe scene pretty well figured out by now. We’ve tried just about everything we’ve wanted to, picked out favourites to rotate through and have spaced out our work lunch dates so that by the time we next revisit a cafe, the menu has most likely changed.

Amongst our favourites is Auvers Café. It’s tucked away, amongst the residential high rise apartments, but manages to draw a sizeable crowd on weekends ready to try out their colourful, beautifully presented dishes.

Auvers Cafe Rhodes

Smashed Avo ($16)

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