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December 20, 2018

The Local Trade, Kellyville

The Local Trade, Kellyville, Cafe, Sydney Eats, Brunch

It’s great to see how far the cafe scene in the Hills grown in the past couple of years, and whilst there’s plenty of new cafes to try, one that remains a local favourite is The Local Trade. It’s location next to the playground makes it a popular spot for family’s and it’s buzzing when we pop in for a quick brunch on Sunday morning.

The Local Trade, Kellyville, Cafe, Sydney Eats, Brunch

Sweet potato chips ($7)

The menu does change seasonally but is essentially made of the classic plus a couple of rotating dishes. We can’t go past the sweet potato chips which are nice and crispy.

The Local Trade, Kellyville, Cafe, Sydney Eats, Brunch

Spring roasted veggie bowl ($17.50)

The spring roasted veggie bowl is fresh and packed full of flavour from the carrot and cumin puree, roasted brussel sprouts, za’atar mushrooms, brocolini and pickled baby carrots.

The Local Trade, Kellyville, Cafe, Sydney Eats, Brunch

Eggs Benedict ($19.50)

Egg Benedict is a classic and we’re loving that it’s served with a herby kick from the salsa verde.

The Local Trade Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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