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Lazy Sunday: 5 Best Breakfast Spots in Sydney

Australia is known for great breakfasts, and they are very serious and proud about that. Knowing that breakfast is the most important meal, choosing the right place where to eat is of utmost importance. When the weekend comes, you want to find a perfect spot for having relaxing breakfast together with your family or friends. Sydney, as one of the largest cities in Australia, has plenty breakfast spots all over. Here are some suggestions where to go, amazing and cozy places with incredible menus.

The Grounds of Alexandria

The Grounds of Alexandria is prettiest and one of the best cafes. To reserve a table there, you need to be on a waiting list for a long period, it’s always packed, unless you come early in the morning, then you will be able to find a free table. They have the sign in front that says-‘’All the best things are worth waiting for’’. This is the restaurant that has its own garden, where you’re surrounded with flowers, especially on summer days. There are also shops and even farms, which look like a little village in Huntley Street near Sydney Park. They have large selection of coffee and food, and everything tastes delicious.

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Pancakes on the Rock

This restaurant also has large selection of drinks and food, but their specialty is pancakes. The idea came from Americas because of the love for pancakes, so they decided to bring that to Australia. You can order breakfast which is very tasty, and amazing desert, if you come to Australia, you can’t miss tasting their delicious pancakes. You’ll find it at Harbourside Shopping Centre.

Yellow

This beautiful bistro has the best breakfast in Australia. This year they became a vegetarian restaurant. No more meat and fish, but the food is still amazing and all organic, and their fresh and crispy bread is still warm from the oven, which gives every dish an even better taste. It’s located on MacLeay Street in Potts Point.

The Cook’s Garden

If you end up in North Turramurra, visit this stylish restaurant. This elegant restaurant imitates an English pub. This place is perfect for the ones who want privacy, there is even a big garden where you can have casual meals or you can get together with friends and family. The Cook’s Garden has very warm and friendly atmosphere. After finishing a meal, you don’t want to miss miniature desserts, it’s maybe small, but the taste can only be described as luxury.

Edition Coffee Roasters

It’s located on the corner of Liverpool Street. Before having a stunning breakfast, try their coffee, after you’re awake pick something from their delicious menu. This goofy cafe is in a Nordic-Japanese style, making the perfect mix of flavors. Their specialty is coffee and roasting, and everything is organic. An open-faced sandwich is among the first food on the menu, topped with sake-cured beef, seaweed and blackberry, delicious choice for breakfast.

Whether you’re meeting with your friends, or spending time with your beloved ones you can’t go wrong taking them to the spots mentioned above. Some people say that the way to someone’s heart is through the stomach.

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