Best Brunch in Sydney
Located in Redfern, just over 2km from Sydney’s CBD, Three Williams is home to a highly praised breakfast menu that’s available all day. From Golden Gaytime French Toast, to their cheeseburger w/ Portuguese chips that’s sure to help heal a hangover, this café offers a variety of dishes which will meet anyone’s expectations of the ideal brunch. With a massive space and a modern industrial vibe, Three Williams is a must-visit brunch spot for a breakfast lover.
Paramount Coffee Project
Paramount Coffee Project is another breakfast spot that has your classic brunch favourites, but with a few twists. With a focus on quality coffee and food, this minimalist café is best suited to those looking for a more adventurous breakfast experience. The menu includes unconventional, but nonetheless delicious dishes, such as buttermilk fried chicken waffles and coconut chowder featuring lemongrass and basil prawns. Located in Surry Hills, Paramount Coffee Project is a place that brunch enthusiasts will want to tick off the list.
Social Brew Café
With a casual yet modern space, The Social Brew has become an absolute hit in Pyrmont Village. So much so that the café was voted ‘best café’ and the 8th best breakfast in Sydney for 2017. With an all-day breakfast that includes the likes of a mushroom and parmesan bruschetta with the addition of black truffle oil, and one of their most popular dishes ‘The Brew Deli Plate’, which is essentially anti-pasto in breakfast form, it’s easy to see why this humble café has become the local brunch hub.
Known for their haloumi and egg roll, Meet Gerard was started by a passionate chef and an equally as passionate barista to bring together brunch heaven. The café has become well known for its brunch, with a somewhat simpler menu that delivers on quality but doesn't compromise on uniqueness. The Yoghurt Panna Cotta with house granola is deemed by the owners as ‘must’, and who wouldn't agree that a new dessert style dish is worthy to try – move over French toast!
Grounds of Alexandria
Grounds of Alexandria, a favourite of locals, is not just your typical café. They have an onsite permaculture garden, an artisan bakery and a research/education facility all in the name of coffee. At the Grounds, expect an impressive menu that includes fresh takes on the staples such as avo on toast, as well as sophisticated toasties with salami, and not one, but three types of cheese. If you’re looking for something sweet to take home for an afternoon treat, the bakery and patisserie has freshly made delights that will keep you going back every weekend.