TOP UNDERRATED BRUNCH SPOT IN SYDNEY

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Hi Savory Warriors! Sorry for the long absent but now we’re back. One of our crew spent her holiday in Sydney, Australia and visited a lot of great places to eat. We thought why not make a blog post out of it? Australia is popular with their delicious brunches and there are some famous cafes that were visited. But we also managed to visit local recommended-brunch spot that are quite underrated and the result was simply uh-mazing! So without further ado, let’s start with the list:
1
.       Calabur Café & Diner – Bondi Junction
This is a hidden gem in the centre of Bondi Junction. The entrance was small and dodgy because we have to go to the “basement” area of the building. But surprisingly, the area is spacious and has a nice touch of plants inside with sunlight coming from the huge windows. We tried some menus but hands down one we ordered one of the best egg benedict in our life called Calabur Eggs Benedict with Wasabi Hollandaise priced at AUD $19.

Every component of the dish was perfect and we can eat all of the garnishes including the beetroot shave and edible flowers.
The café area is very unique and cozy. They serve great coffee as well.



2.        Zebra Green Café & Bar – Bondi Junction
Our friends who lived in Bondi area brought us here and again, the entrance looked very dodgy from the outside. But once we stepped inside and went to the outdoor area, we’re amazed with how they put the place together. This café has a lot of healthy food choices and we went for the Brekkie Board which tasted surprisingly very good!



Brekkie Board AUD $19 with their homemade dips, my favorite dip was the beetroot one! The seasoning is simple yet compliments the other component of the dish.



Cozy yet stylish outdoor seating area for you and your friends to hang out.

3.        Trio – Bondi Beach
This café and dining place is actually one of the most famous place to get brunch in Sydney. We are skeptical about it and decided to try and find out what’s so good about this place. But turned out aussie mates were not lying when recommend places…

We went for the Trio Breakfast Tasting Plate so we can try all of the famous menus in with small portions. The shakshouka was very flavorful and delicious, corn fritter was so-so,  French toast was good as well as the granola bowl but the hero of the dish was their pancake which people raved about and they are not lying!


4.        Le Monde – Surry Hills
Located in the heart of Surry Hills, Le Monde is a small and humble café where I feel you can always go to for your casual Sunday brunches. Their foods are surprisingly not too pricey whilst the portion is still adequate.



We ordered the Crunchy Potato Rosti with smoked salmon, roasted cherry tomato, feta, spinach, poached egg, saffron hollandaise and crushed pistachio. It was verrrryyyy good I have no complaints. And turned out most of their staff are Indonesian!

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