Bondi is the land of vegan, healthy, organic, nutritious, and superfood filled meals. With green juices, smoothie bowls and raw treats being sold on practically every street corner we have narrowed down all these delicious (and extremely healthy) meals down for you that you can enjoy beachside. Here are eight of the best breakfasts in Bondi that you need to try (and don’t worry there are some sweet things in there for you sugar fiends).
The Hill Eatery
Located up on the hill (hence the name) in North Bondi overlooking the glorious Bondi Beach is The Hill Eatery. Serving healthy organic food (we would expect nothing less), there is plenty that you are going to want to eat on this brekkie menu. The shrooms on toast with poached eggs, Portobello mushrooms, grilled haloumi, spinach and roast tomato are a real stand out here. Enjoy it with a Quinoa Bloody Mary and your day will be sorted.
This Bondi café serves some on the most Instagrammable meals. The pink pittaya bowl is pretty much summer in a bowl, so you can enjoy summer all year round. It comes with all the fruit; mango, coconut, blackberry, strawberry, passionfruit, kiwifruit and veganola—so much healthy goodness! If you are after something a little more naughty, head straight to the triple stacked pancakes with berries, banana and pistachio crumble.
The Shop & Wine Bar
Yes, this fine establishment does serve wine, however they also have an amazing breakfast menu. The Shop can be found in one of the little back streets of Bondi not far from the beach. Their brekkie bowl comes with cauliflower rice topped with haloumi, avocado, house made pickled cabbage and a poached egg and is one of their most popular dishes (try it and you’ll see why). With all the nutrients you need, this bowl will keep you going for the whole day.
Earth to Table
Earth to Table is an 100% raw vegan café serving organic teas, juices, tonics, and, of course, breakfast. Although technically in Bondi Junction, this place nails the classic smoothie bowl that has become a go-to option for those health conscious folk. Their green superfood smoothie bowl is filled with fresh coconut, mango, kale, bok choy, spinach, chia seeds, spirulina topped with Greenola and seasonal fruit. Match this with a kombucha and you’ve just reached the peak of healthy breakfasts in Sydney.
Getting inspiration from Central America, the Panama House breakfast menu doesn’t offer the usual traditional breakfast dishes we typically get in Sydney. If you’re a massive Mexican fan, you will not want to miss out on the huevos rancheros. Corn tortillas with spiced black beans, sour cream, guacamole, smoked tomato salsa, a poached egg and tops with chipotle hollandaise… What more could you want?!
The brother and sister duo (Neil and Lianne Gottheiner) that run this sweet little café, are all about sourcing the most organic, local and seasonal produce. With a good mix of savoury and sweet, Brown Sugar’s brekkie menu has covered everything. You can get their famous sourdough buttermilk pancakes with maple syrup, banana, berries and bacon or with seasonal fruit and Greek yoghurt or ice cream.
Lox, Stock And Barrel
This deli diner serves food that is Jewish in origin, however they use inspiration from the best local and seasonal produce they can get their hands on. Lox, Stock and Barrel are all about serving food from the heart that is, of course, healthy and delicious. Without fail, the Bowlarama is an absolute must on their brekkie menu and is filled with sprouted quinoa toast, poached eggs, avocado, hummus, kale and seaweed, homemade fermented veggies topped with miso dressing. Yep, it’s got absolutely everything.
Chef, David Walker (ex-chef at Danks Street Depot) helped create the menu at The Nine, where everything is made in-house. Fusing Mediterranean flavours with modern Australian dining, the breakfast menu is succinct and interesting. The menu changes depending on the season, so head in to see what’s on offer right now (we guarantee is will be delicious).
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Image credit: Nicola Sevitt at Speedo's Cafe