Best cafes in Barangaroo

Best cafes in Barangaroo you need to know about

Bourke Street Bakery

The Surry Hills classic has opened in Barangaroo and we cannot be more excited. Head there for the freshest pastries and the best baked goods in town. Your perfect Saturday morning treat- pair with their fantastic coffee or luxurious tea selection.

Devon at Barangaroo

Devon is a fail-safe option any time of year- however, rush in this winter for their limited time truffle selections ( truffle fries? Yes please!) The versatile and well-structured menu has something for everyone-from their intricate Japanese inspired salmon brekkie dishes to squid ink pasta to your classic scrambled eggs and omelettes.

The Rabbit Hole Organic Tea Bar

An absolute must for lovers of a hot beverage or two! Indulge in a Turkish delight latte, tiramisu brew and an impressive selection of teas you simply will not see elsewhere. A really great spot for sandwiches and salads- try the roast beef sandwich or their popular breakfast box that includes a tea marbles egg, butter, ham and tomato panini. 


If you are after the perfect selection of creative, modern salads- look no further. Combine these with their divine spit-roast meats for a fresh and delightful breakfast or lunch option. The impressive salad selection is influenced by cuisines from around the world, creating a very satisfying experience indeed.


Renown for its just-out-of-the-oven pastries, great coffee and incredible sandwiches, Luxe is enthusiastic about providing the very best experience to their customers. Jono Harvey, the co-owner explains that “It may sound a little corny, but we make everything with love. We consider passion to be our most important ingredient.” Definitely one to try!


Start your perfect day with Verd’s house-made macadamia, maple and inca berry granola, topped with their very own freshly-made coconut yoghurt, fresh fruit and a berry puree. It is one of the most spectacular breakfast dishes I have tried to date! Verd’s impressive menu and cosy atmosphere will keep you coming back each week.

The Precinct by Tobys Estate 

Try their unbelievable fruit loaf served with lemon-whipped ricotta, fresh figs, stewed rhubarb and a drizzle of honey. This little gem of a spot has a little something for everyone- whether you are craving something savoury or sweet. A favourite with the locals, enjoy The Precinct by Toby’s Estate this weekend. 

Bel and Brio

For the best Sicilian baked eggs in town, look no further. Bel and Brio’s bake their eggs with organic tomato sauce, pork and fennel sausage, kale and pecorino for an adventurous and satisfying take on the original classic. The menu provides comfort food that is well balanced and unbelievably delicious. If you are after a very wholesome meal, this one is definitely for you. 


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