LIFESTYLE TRAVEL

BEST SYDNEY EATS | MY TOP 8

After spending almost 8 weeks in Sydney I thought it’s about time that I share my TOP 8 Sydney eats with you. It includes places for breakfast, lunch, just coffee and of course dinner and drinks. I’m leaving out my fave cafes for Acai Bowls, as I already shared them with you.

My Favorite Sydney Eats

#1 Three Blue Ducks

While we lived in Bronte this place was one of our faves. They offer great brekkie, lunch and even dinner on some days. Or you can just come here to have some coffee and enjoy the sun and ocean view. Check everything out here.

Address: 141-143 Macpherson St, Bronte NSW 2024Three Blue Ducks Bronte Beach Sydney Cafe

#2 Speedos Cafe

After moving to Bondi, Speedos was our go to cafe. They have super delish pancakes, banana bread, smoothies and coffee, but they offer a lot more like burgers, lunch bowls and so on. It gets super crowded but if you’re lucky you can look over Bondi Beach through the window, and don’t worry if you can’t get a table as they offer everything to go as well.

Address: 126 Ramsgate Ave, North Bondi NSW 2026Speedos Cafe

#3 Creperie Suzette

I found this place through Instagram and just had to go. It didn’t disappoint, Creperie Suzette is a lovely cafe and a good place to have lunch. You can choose between sweet Crepes or a savory Galette.

Address: 34 Harrington St, The Rocks NSW 2000creperie suzette sydney the rocks

#4 The Grounds of Alexandria

This is such a great place and if you’re in Sydney you just have to check it out. I’m sure it will make it to your fave Sydney eats too. I kind of wrote about it in another post on the blog already, but there is more than on restaurant/ cafe. There is a bakery, food stalls, a flower shop and even a market at some days. Find all infos here.

Address: Building 7a, 2 Hunter Street, Alexandria NSW 2015The Grounds of Alexandria

#5 Coogee Pavilion

A really cool place to spent a Sunday afternoon, have a bite to eat and a few drinks. Lots of space and different kind of food downstairs (pizza, fish, sweets) and food and a cool bar with rooftop terrace overlooking Coogee beach upstairs.

Address: 169 Dolphin St, Coogee NSW 2034

Coogee Pavilion Sydney Eats

#6 The Corner House

The Corner House is a lovely place for dinner on Bondi Road. They have different offers on every day, so you might want to check theses before you go. If you’re into pizza you might want to go on Thursdays, as they’re all $15 then. 😉

Address: 281 Bondi Road, BondiThe Corner House Sydney Bondi Restaurant and Bar

#9 Bondi Icebergs

Bondi Icebergs might not been the fanciest restaurant (not sure what it is like if you’re a member) but it’s definitely one with a pretty awesome view. It’s self service, but I’d recommend going there even if it’s just for a quick drink.

Address: 1 Notts Ave, Bondi NSW 2026Bondi Icebergs Club and Dining Sydney Food

#8 Jack’s Newtown

If you’re up to exploring Newtown and like a good burger then you should eat at Jack’s Newtown. The fries and milkshakes aren’t bad either.

Address: 170 Missenden Rd, Newtown NSW 2042Jacks-Newtown-Burger-and-Fries

 

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    Kim
    August 30, 2016 at 6:20 am

    Oh my that Cogee pavilion looks amazing!

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