There's no limit to the flavours and sights that Sydney's cafes have to offer for breakfast. We love little tarts and chocolate croissants, but sometimes we want something big. We have sorted through Sydney's most delicious morning tucker to bring you Sydney's best big breakfasts. With huge meals like these, your belly rumbles will be deliciously silenced.
Kepos Street Kitchen | Redfern
This charismatic café draws on the best of owner Michael Rantissi's multicultural childhood meals. Kepos Street Kitchen's feed has a strong Mediterranean influence with a Middle Eastern twist. Dad's favourite brekky is one to add to the bucket list of big brekkies. With schiacciata bread, falafel and humus, this meal will add a zest to your day! Delicious food aside, their organic tea concoctions will make you want to throw a morning tea party. Spicy brew, citrusy bergamot, calming hibiscus, need we say more?
Revolver | Annandale
Don't be fooled by the heritage building's facade (which will make you feel like you've time travelled to the late 1800s). Inside you'll find the cosiest little cafe with some of the best breakfasts in Sydney! The Revolver's big breakfast prides itself on its fresh, free-range and organic ingredients. With plenty of vegetarian and gluten free options, Revolver has something for every hungry human. For the meat eaters, you can look forward to free-range bacon, pork and fennel sausage, and pork shoulder to get your morning engine started. Good morning, Annandale!
Fouratefive | Surry Hills
Locals can't get enough of it! Fouratefive's quirky name is named after it's street address (surprise, surprise) and goes perfectly with its quirky crew! This neat little café has all the customary brekky meals your belly craves on a fine Sunday morning. But if you want to start your day off with a delicious hit of flavour, we recommend you treat yourself to a generous serving of avocado and Spanish onion salsa which you'll find in their big Mexican breakfast!
Porch And Parlour | Bondi
Sunshine, beach views and mouth watering breakfast options, this is the perfect way to spend a morning. Porch and Parlour offers great meals for all kinds of breakfast goers. Slow starters may want to nourish their bellies with Porch and Parlour's winter oat porridge with spiced bananas, lime zest and brown sugar, which is sure to get a rise from even the sleepiest of folks! For those of you that bounce straight out of bed and into your day we recommend you check out the big devil's breakfast with paprika and chilli coated eggs, chorizo, beans, fried potato, rocket and toast. If that's not enough for you, order one of their tasty sides to fill your plate.
Baffi & Mo Espresso | Redfern
You wanted a big breakfast? Well Baffi & Mo Espresso has got a big breakfast! With your choice of eggs served with hash, grilled tomato, bacon, sausage, fritter, mushrooms and toast all served on one glorious plate – you'll probably feel like rolling home.
Brown Sugar | Bondi
Brown Sugar continually serves up exceptional breakfast fare using local, seasonal produce. The brainchild of brother and sister duo, Neil and Lianne Gottheiner, their menu is brimming with hearty savoury and sweet options. As far as big breakfasts go, order a breakfast platter which comes with eggs, za'atar toast, labne, olives, salsa and hashbrowns. If you're slow to rise, don't worry – they serve brunch all day!
Vicinity Dining | Alexandria
Vicinity offers casual dining on their gorgeous industrial style terrace to accompany your tasty brekky. Their menu and daily specials are an eclectic mix of breakfast fare with vegetarians and vegans well taken care of. Their vegetarian big breakfast includes haloumi, herb-roasted tomato, seasonal mushrooms and onion jam, which can be made meatier by adding bacon or sausage to it.
Elizabeth Bay Café | Elizabeth Bay
Situated in the heart of scenic suburb Elizabeth Bay, the Elizabeth Bay Cafe is enticingly inviting. Husband and wife team Dan & Kev (of Darley street bistro) talk wildly of their barista's more than decent cuppa. Our big breakfast pick? The Ali Baba Breakfast comprising of humus, grilled sweet potato, olives, avocado, feta and fried eggs.
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