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Where in the World to Eat: Sydney Brunch

Where in the World to Eat: Sydney Brunch
359 Crown Street Surry Hills NSW 2010
+61 2 9360 4762    
Impossible not to mention when discussing brunch in Sydney, the Surry Hills branch is a veritable institution. Food is simple and makes sense- from freshly pressed juices to a wide selection of cereals. Interesting hot dishes include cured ocean trout- a refreshing alternative to smoked salmon- and, for the sweet toothed, the legendary Ricotta hotcakes.
Toast Reservoir St
45 Reservoir St, Surry Hills NSW 2010
+61 2 9280 2615
Chef/owner Sophie Moses' Cafe is BYO- so brunch can be an even more laid-back affair. Produce is largely organic, and coffee comes from nearby Toby's Estate. Many condiments and accompaniments are made in-house, from pesto to chilli jam. Dishes rove from Mexico to the Middle East via Asia- try the Sweet corn & kaffir lime fritters.
Danks St Depot
1/2 Danks Street, Waterloo NSW 2017
+61 2 9698 2201
An ethical, sustainable bite is the order of the day at Jared Ingersoll's Depot. Following the principles of the Slow Food movement, expect local produce and low food mileage. The menu changes daily, but you might encounter Western Australian sardines on toast or Slow cooked broccoli and eggs- all the more indulgent consumed with a the Danks Bloody Mary.
Bird Cow Fish    
500 Crown Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010
+61 2 9380 4090
The perfect weekend venue for brunch accompanied by a spot of jazz- whether you just fancy a light bite and a Single Estate coffee at the Espresso bar, or something more substantial. Chef Alex Herbert regularly tweaks a menu which might include a  special of Champagne Mimosa and Mushroom duxelles omelette along with muffins, egg dishes and Bircher muesli.
Cafe Mint
579 Crown Street, Surry Hills, NSW 2010
+61 2 9319 0848
For something different, try the Middle Eastern- influenced brunch menu at local favourite Cafe Mint. Served from 7 a.m. till 2 p.m., there's ample time to enjoy Turkish baked eggs with chackchouka and za'atar toast, Orange and sultana Kuneffa pastries with yogurt, or even a Turkish 'full monty'. Many dishes are favourites from owner Hugh Foster's previous venture, Fez.
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21 February 2011
By: Zoe Perrett
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