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After waiting for ages to be seated, had their croissant with mac and cheese, poached egg and bacon. An extraordinary amount of calories matched by amazing taste. Coffee was good too. I imagine it would be a most excellent hangover meal
We visited this very understated eatery on NYE 2018 and could not wait to revisit (from UK). Yesterday we managed breakfast and indeed again today. Staff are lovely, food fresh and awesome. We sincerely hope we will revisit Sydney one day to come back here....More
The meals are excellent. However, on arrival extremely loud music was blaring, and only three people in café. Asked if the music could be turned down was told No! Loud rap played during our entire stay and the girl serving was very rude, disinterested and...More
Cuckoo Callay's got a good position next to the bustle of Newtown station, with a nice interior and a lot of outdoor tables under cover. The breakfasts may be expensive (most $20+, and I paid $6 extra for a small amount of tasty salmon) but...More
Great location, great vibe and welcoming staff. Coffee and hot chocolate was delicious. Lunch was nice, light and fresh. I wish there would be more crab on my crab cake! We got there just before 10 am on Saturday so no queue.
TJ used to be the barista at my favorite cafe in the world: cre asion. It still is. Its just that I've moved suburbs. It used to be a 5 minute walk now its a train ride away.
TJ is the king of mochas. He...More
A Bohemian inner-west suburb known for its alternative music scene, Newtown is a diverse community offering a multitude of restaurants, art galleries, performance spaces, thrift stores and bars. Home of some of the best live music venues in the city, shows can be found everywhere from the official theaters to the neighborhood pubs. From its humble beginnings as a neighborhood primarily known for its many Thai
restaurants, Newtown has evolved into a foodie's paradise with a delightful array of highly innovative cuisines from around the world. It is still possible to eat on a budget, but if you crave a more sophisticated menu, Newtown will not disappoint.