Top 5 Cafes in Annandale

Annandale is the inner west treasure in Sydney, filling wide streets with history showcasing heritage homes and old vintage mansions. But for coffee lovers, and those in need of a foodie fix, here are the top five cafes you can find in Annandale.

Revolver, Annandale St
Breakfast classics like sourdough toast, eggs Benedict, brioche French toasts and Bircher mueslis can be found in this refurbished 1890s corner store. Not only is the coffee remarkable but they are known for their excellent service.

Source: http://revolver.com.au/galleria/food/

Vinery Foods, Johnson St
No one is a fan of Mondays at the Vinery, but they are known to be a classic breakfast hot spot from Tuesday onwards. If you’re into Jazz, they play live Jazz music on Sundays. The Vinery Foods is great for any standard brunch date with a seasonal Modern European menu. Wine lovers will also enjoy their extensive wine selection.

Source: vineryfoods.com.au

Black Toast Cafe, Booth St
Located inside a split-level converted factory, Black Toast Cafe is an industrial emporium of trendy produce-driven cafe meals. Unconventional in nature, they pride themselves for having a great selection of food and soy coffee.

Source: http://blacktoast.com.au/

Fat Fish, Johnson St
The name says it all at the Fat Fish Cafe with their usual servings of locally sourced seafood with salad and chips. Sit streetside as this fish takeaway shop exterior offers a fantastic selection of salads and large portions fit for a fishy feast.

Source: fatfishannandale.com.au


The Cafe Sienna, Annandale St 

All-day breakfasts are a luxury that we all deserve, and Sienna does it best serving hearty sandwiches and high tea in a modern style cafe. With its slick and stylish interior, Cafe Sienna is best known for its great coffee and good seating.

Recipes: Most Indulgent Pastries

Pastries: great breakfast food, wonderful companion to coffee, a snack to unstuck you from afternoon rut. Not only are pastries versatile, but there are also a range of types to choose from, varying in texture and taste. Here are eight pastry recipes that you can try at home:

  1. Croissant
Source: Ambrosia Baking

Plain or filled with chocolate, the choice is yours.

 

  1. Cinnamon Roll
Source: My Name is Snicker Doodle

With spices and sweet frosting, nothing could go wrong with this pastry.

 

  1. Cronut
Source: Deliciously Yum

For the unacquainted, cronut is the lovechild of donut and croissant – the ring shape with the buttery, layered texture. It’s perfect to dig in!

 

  1. Puff Pastry Cannoli Cone
Source: Campbell’s

Nothing better complements your tea time than cannoli cones a.k.a cream horns.

 

  1. Cream Puffs
Source: Lovely Little Kitchen

Eat as is, or mix it up with chocolate sauce and strawberries.

 

  1. Sausage Roll
Source: RecipeTin Eats

These hand-sized delights are great for parties and picnics.

 

  1. Apple Struddle
Source: All4Recipes / All4Women

A classic choice. Enjoy with a scoop of vanilla ice cream for the most indulgent dish.

 

  1. Tart
Source: Sarah L. Bolla / The Daily Meal

Sweet, small and easily customisable.