Renowned for fresh chile crabs and a wide range of Singaporean favourites Visit menu.
The Tearoom at Gunner's Barracks has a breathtaking view of Sydney Harbour. Everything on the menu tastes delicious and is beautifully displayed. Recommend is the high tea for brunch, which consists of small desserts and mini sandwiches. The high tea portions are small but there is plenty of food on the tray.
Specialising in Malaysian and Singaporean cuisine, Temasek serves dishes that are packed with spices and seasoning and erupt with amazing flavour. Visit menu
A very nice little tea house tucked away from the hustle and bustle that is the CBD. Close to Wynyard, this gem is elevated from street level- it sits on Hunter st- and it has big glass windows so that the view is there and the noise is not.
Restaurant specialises in Nonya ( Malay home cooking)cuisine, with a list of dishes including distinctive dishes such as Assam squid and belachan stir-fries. Other Malaysian favourites are present and correct, from laksas to rendang.
If high tea is a novel idea for you and you are willing to spend some money, go to The Tea Room. High tea means three stacked plates of different pastries (both savory and sweet), a scone and other pastry plate, and tea.
A great place for a traditional high tea, devonshire tea and much more,
Great coffee! Fast service. Great location. Always a small crowd of patrons outside waiting for their takeaway. There's a cosy counter where you can sit and drink in, and a few sandwiches and sweets available if you're peckish.
El Amigo, the Peruvian restaurant and takeaway serving traditional South American dishes such as tamales, Sopa Mixto Con Carne, Tamales, Classic empanada and El Amigo Hamburger if you just want something plain and simple, and this really hits that spot. Closed Saturday and Tuesday
VELLA NERO offer a beautiful range of single estate, origin and blended 100% Arabica coffees sourced with a focus on sustainability. The coffee is incredibly good, smooth and strong, unlike a lot of places in the CBD.
They offer an increasing range of Colombian and South American specialities including : empanada, tamale, frijole or red bean stew and their special Colombian hotdog, a regular dog with a little coleslaw topped with stringy cheese, bacon strips and potato chips crumbies, also "The caldo de costilla" - rib soup a tastes of real home cooking. Open weekdays 7am-6pm and Saturday 8am-6pm.
Nice coffee! Tucked away at the entrance to Gaffa Gallery is this cosy, airy coffee place. Friendly staff, prompt service. Tables and chairs and nibbles also if you want to escape the city streets a bit longer.
It seems unique: part cafe and Afghani grill shop. And it's also a a busy butcher shop, so the meat has to be good. Their specials include: Afghan plov - a mixed grill served with Afghani bread, rice and side salad and Monto s a dish of delicately spiced minced meat pasta dumplings in a light tomato sauce, with a yoghurt sauce splashed over the top. Also the normal range of kebobs and grills.
Coffees are fast and very well made- no slacking for the staff behind the barista bar. The best part about Palomino is that they not only do lovely coffees, but they also have a great menu for brekky and lunch.
Traditional Filipino food available from a bainmaire. It is also a bakery and mini mart. You will find a good selection of classic dishes including: pan de coco, coconut bread; sisig, super crispy crunchy pork; dinuguan, pork blood stew (YUM).