7th Heaven Cafe
The feasting at 7th Heaven Cafe is some serious kaleidoscopic goodness. From “unicorn noodles”, taro pancakes and an edible “spring garden”—pretty much any order here means you’ll be eating the entire rainbow.
Along with this, the menu echoes everything from organic and raw to vegan and gluten-free. It also sports an all-day brunch menu so you can nab up the likes of scrambled chilli eggs, shakshuka, a “goshroom” bruschetta toastie (with assorted organic forest mushrooms and kale), vegan beef burgers and vegan chicken schnitzel sambos all day long.
If you’re keen to get your rainbow on, said “unicorn noodles” are a great place to start. This beauty is packed with glass noodles, edamame, pickled cabbage, roasted cauliflower, baby carrot, cucumber, avocado and grilled organic chicken breast.
As for the taro pancakes, this breakfast must-try is a sweet tower of macadamia crumble, rum-infused banana jam, roast shredded coconut, homemade burnt butter caramel sauce and hazelnut coconut ice-cream, all topped with fresh, seasonal berries. Finally, the “spring garden” is a magical plating of marinated smash peas, roasted organic forest mushrooms, roasted roots, lime, mixed micro herbs and an ethical free-range 63-degree poached egg.
With winter in full swing, the pièce de résistance at 7th Heaven Cafe would have to be the housemade vegan cob loaf.
Available on the daily and served with an always-changing vegan soup of the day, it's a must-try and one of only a few cobs available in Sydney (trust us, we've searched). The best part? You can stay in your pyjamas, dial-up some Netflix and get your vegan cob home-delivered too. Check the 7th Heaven Cafe website for details.
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