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Plunge No. 46, Summer Hill – Rating: 18/25

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Plunge No. 46 is larger than it first appears in more ways than one.  The staff are quiet yet efficient, the layout makes the café appear small but it is very roomy and can seat a lot of guests while … Continue reading

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Two Chaps, Marrickville – Rating: 18.5/25

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Two Chaps in Marrickville is a great example of a place café that could make regulars out of people who aren’t even from the local area.  The menu is broad, the staff are friendly and the vibe is fantastic. The … Continue reading

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Butcherbird Café, Petersham – Rating: 17/25

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Sometimes you wake up and you just feel like something with lots of bacon.  Sometimes lots of cheese.  Sometimes fried potato.  And I bet that sometimes you just want all of those things in your mouth at once.  You know … Continue reading

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Wildpear Café, Dural – Rating: 18/25 (re-review)

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I’ve reviewed Wild Pear Café before, but on a wet weekend in Sydney when you just want to get away from the chaos and enjoy a drive through the suburbs where space is less of a premium, this is a … Continue reading

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Two Good Eggs, Surry Hills – Rating: 20/25 (re-review)

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Last week it was time stop back in at Two Good Eggs.  This spot hit it out of the park last time so they were an obvious choice when some friends and I were after a reliably good breakfast spot Even … Continue reading

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Excelsior Jones, Ashfield – Rating: 20/25 (re-review)

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  I don’t even live that close to Ashfield but I have fond memories of this cafe so last weekend, I returned for a quick visit to Excelsior Jones.  The professionalism of the staff and the environment here as a … Continue reading

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MO, Surry Hills – Rating: 17.5/25

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The all day and night eatery MO is small but commands a decent sized crowd of patrons throughout the week.  Whether you’re tucked into the cosy, bright interior or watching the many faces and styles of Darlinghurst and Surry Hills … Continue reading