Be it the impressive Sydney Harbour Bridge, the stately Sydney Opera House or the sun-kissed Bondi and Coogee beachside, all these are essential to the rich ethos that signifies Sydney. The people are known for their love of good cuisine and, as a result, a large number of eating places have become a part of the rich culture of the city. Here are some of the best dining experiences that Sydney has to offer.
Bills has been the iconic breakfast stop in Sydney for several years and Chef Bill Granger is the acknowledged ‘King of Breakfasts’. Granger became celebrated for his velvety and nimble Scrambled Organic Eggs that are served with Crusty Sourdough Toast, now a regular feature on his menu. Even the Ricotta Hotcakes with Fresh Banana and Honeycomb Butter are as delicious as they sound.
433 Liverpool Street, Darlinghurst NSW 2010
Timings – Monday to Saturday- 7: 30 am to 3:00 pm. Sunday- 8 am to 3 pm
2. The Grounds Of Alexandria
The brainchild of visionary magnate Ramsey Choker and eminent coffee guru Jack Hanna, The Grounds is enclosed in a glitzy granary with captivating alfresco and biological gardens replete with a galley garden, chicken pen and a feast of unique seating. The decor is chic and includes flower pots in tainted wagons and smudged typewriters cloaked in flower beds that seamlessly lead into the kids play zone. They also offer an in-house coffee roaster and all these make this establishment a bliss for couples and families. Don’t forget to say hello to Mr. Kewin Bacon, the stunning pet pig.