It is common knowledge that breakfast is the favourite meal for most people and why wouldn’t it be?
From smashed avo on toast to baked eggs with goats cheese and bircher muesli with fresh fruit, breakfast can be eaten all day every day.
Since moving to Sydney a year ago, Liv has been on a mission to eat her way around town to find her to-go breakfast spots, guaranteed to not only be delicious but to have you going back for more.
Check out Liv’s top 6 breakfast places in Sydney:
- Bills in Darlinghurst
In 1992 breakfast became a whole lot better when Bills at Darlinghurst opened and let’s be honest, breakfast has never been the same since.
Well known for the ricotta hotcakes with honeycomb butter (anyone who knows me, knows our family makes these on Easter Sunday and Christmas morning) to the corn fritters with spinach and bacon and the soft boiled organic eggs, breakfast at bills is a must while in Sydney.
- Brown Sugar in Bondi
A small nook in Bondi, Brown Sugar serves a plate licking seasonal menu full of flavour.
Breakfast goers have the wide selection of dishes to choose from. Highly recommended includes the Moroccan eggs or onion and mushroom bialy and the breakfast platter.
Great service with a chilled atmosphere, Brown Sugar will tickle your tastebuds with its local and organic menu.
- Bread and Circus in Alexandria
Let’s all close our eyes and imagine eating goats chevre with heirloom tomatoes, torn basil, chilli flakes and lime on toast or crunchy granola with a selection of fresh, seasonal fruit with yoghurt and syrup.
Not sure about you but my mouth is watering and I am currently walking out of the office (see you in an hour Dee) on my way to have breakfast at Bread and Circus.
This fun, fresh café is a great pit stop for breakfast and is sure to never disappoint.
- Indigo in Double Bay
I should apologise in advance to anyone planning on coming to visit me this year, because we will be having breakfast at Indigo.
Situated in the heart of Double Bay, Indigo not only serves breakfast all day…yes you heard it right, breakfast ALL DAY but also has an enormous menu to pick from and you can sit in the middle of the road!
If it is your first time and you are feeling overwhelmed by the menu, our top three picks are the breakfast bruschetta, fluffy full milk pancakes and the open Spanish omelette.
A tip before going to Indigo, make sure you are hungry – Indigo serves big meals for a great price.
- Three Blue Ducks at Bronte
Three Blue Ducks slogan says it all ‘the place for lovers of real food”.
The cafe is worth the up-hill walk from Bronte beach as it sources products from local suppliers, uses organic and biodynamic produce and grows their own chemical-free fresh ingredients.
Started by friends Sam and Chris in 2010, locals and visitors are thanking the guys for opening the café.
Our menu picks include the mango lassi bircher muesli, house smoked salmon and the bacon and egg roll.
- Bondi Wholefoods at Bondi
Organic, clean and wholesome, Bondi Wholefoods is all about offering the best produce uncontaminated by toxic chemicals.
The homely café is aligned with a supermarket offering a wide range of organic and natural products. All I can say is what a great start to the weekend, breakfast and food shopping in one.
My favourites include the breakfast bowl, toast with smashed avo and mushroom bruschetta.