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A restaurant on the far side of Centennial Park that is nice for lunch on a sunny day.
Great for a morning coffee after a walk - also do nice lunches and good spot for a Sunday afternoon glass of wine
Great to sit outside while kids run around in the park. They also do great coffee and have a take away kiosk.
“Great stop around the corner for your morning coffee on the way to Centennial Park or perhaps on the way home”
“Coffee from Reuben Hills and Square One are brewed by big Nick into super tasty espressos and filters—try the chilled filter if available. Plus, the food menu has something to please everyone. Thirty has a long timber bar with beautiful high stools where you can talk to the baristas as well as the chefs. They’re known for one of the best bacon and egg rolls in Sydney, made with house-cured bacon, sous vide eggs, slaw, and barbecue on a milk bun. As a vegan, I order the Thai-style smashed avocado—toasted bread is topped with this zippy spread full of coriander, chilli, and heaps of lime.”
“First Melbourne got a cat café, and now it's Sydney's turn to combine coffee and cats for the ultimate friends-of-felines experience. Catmosphere Sydney is the brainchild (erm, brainkitten?) of self-professed cat obsessive Thomas Derricott and Wenee Yap of Sydney-based marketing startup firm the Ducky Mafia, and the result of a trip they took to Chiang Mai last year, where they stumbled upon what they call the "mothership" for their venture, which has a cheeky deep-space theme. Since announcing plans for their catstronauts to land in Sydney last month, Derricott and Yap have been hard at work looking to secure investors as well as a space in the CBD; in meantime, they've begun recruiting personable rescue cats from Inner City Strays, and are also in talks with the Sydney Dogs and Cats Home and the World League for Protection of Animals. They've also secured Yun Xia Segal, the former Books Kinokuniya café manager, to manage the food side of things. A dedicated cat handler will always be on call to ensure catfights are avoided – that means no bringing your own cat along for a play date – and that cats who are just sick and tired of those human things slobbering over them get a rest. (Cats are expected to be 'rotated' for visits every few hours.) Now, germaphobes, we can feel you grimacing from here, and know what you're thinking: how on earth am I going to be able to enjoy my long black and caramel slice without the risk of swallowing a fur ball? Derricott tells Time Out Sydney the venue will be constructed in accordance with council regulations, and will feature a felines-only area separated from the café by a special airlock. Guests will also be required to sanitise and wash their hands when they enter and exit the cats' area. (Our advice for the allergic: take your Telfast... or just stay home.) Finally, Derricott reveals that though the cats will be rescues without a permanent home, there are no plans to offer them up for adoption. "It was a logistical decision," he reveals. "We didn't want to create a transient environment where new cats are coming and going, but we do want to create one where people are encouraged to adopt cats." He says one idea being nutted out with Inner City Strays is to offer iPads in the café area that feature 'dating profiles' of current strays up for adoption. "We want people to emerge from spending time with the cats and get inspired to bring a new one into their own lives." ”
“Catch 333 bus from Bondi heading to city via oxford street. Jump off bus on corner of oxford street and queen street ( or opposite brigade hotel pub). This place is operated by passionate wine and foodies. Sit at the bar , order some tapas and enjoy some banter with the bartenders. If you consider yourself a wine connoisseur take on the blind tasting challenge. This venue is great for solo travellers and couples”