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All reviews brunch corn fritters chicken wrap aussie burger chai salmon french toast scrambled eggs cake great coffee campos coffee popular stop great breakfast spot busy cafe darling street worth another visit interesting food
Good chai latte. Had the fish fillet wrap which was a bit oily or it was just soggy & watery. Came here for the second time now whilst visiting Sydney as my friends love this place but it’s nothing too special for me. Price came...More
We had a walk in Darling street after lunch and decided to stop here for desserts. Someone said they had an interesting dessert menu so we decided to try three on the menu. They were very pretty and delicious. The sticky black rice pudding had...More
Unfortunately maybe the dishes we ordered were not the best choices of food.
The tomato was uncooked. It is cold and hard to eat as breakfast I think.
There were loose corns on the breakfast plates (not the corn relish described).
The coffee was not...More
We stoped here on the way past so we thought we’d grab a quick coffee to go. It was great, and the treats they offers looked good too but we had just had breakfast so I did y get anything. They had everything from a...More
We dropped in for an afternoon tea, and as is the way on these occasions, Herself had to seek out a snack - friand this time. She found it uninspiring. You can't do anything nasty to green tea, so I had no problems. The one...More
After reading excellent reviews online I thought I would give this place a try for brunch . I ordered the breakfast board and a coffee . The coffee was great but unfortunately the food wasn’t even worth finishing or what I paid .
A busy cafe in Balmain East. Customer service is fast, efficient and good. Dined in for brunch. Our food & drink were served fast. Corn fritters is a good recommendation by many, topping is sweet and the fried corn cake is crunchy. Sambal (not spicy)...More
Take the ferry to the inner west suburb of Balmain and be enchanted with this picturesque and eclectic waterside area. A stroll down Darling Street will take you on a tour of coffee shops, boutique delicatessens and shops offering wholefood products and organic cuisines. Yoga studios abound, and live music emanates from the hotels at night. As the place where the Australian Labor Party formed in 1891, Balmain has
commonly been known for its “working class culture”. It has evolved into a health-conscious heaven with a laid back attitude, offering one of the most vibrant food and bar scenes in Sydney.