This is where it all began, in 1992 - bills Darlinghurst with the miniscule kitchen and tiny dining room in an old backstreet pub building, serving just a blackboard-menu breakfast and lunch; setting the tone for what bills still does today. Local by-laws allowed only a few seats, hence the now much-copied communal ...read more
Visited here on the weekend for breakfast. Put our name and number down on arrival. Wait was 20min or so and we received a text when table was ready. Genuine friendly service is lacking as staff is buried head deep in iPads which is a shame. Food was good and consistent. Scrambled eggs fluffy and delicious. Coffee was great and hot. Will be back.
This is the original bill's, still going strong, it is said that he started the trend for communal dining at this Darlo institution. You must have the signature brunch dish of the ricotta hot cakes with honey comb butter, Not cheap but not bad value either. They are light and fluffy and presumably the ricotta in them is loaded with protein so they really fill you up. Even theread more
Bills has one of my favorite interior settings with its wide Windows looking into Crown street and modern white decor. The open kitchen is great to watch as you wait for food and coffee too! We ordered the poached eggs with sourdough "toy soldiers" which was simple so a little overpriced for what it was. The sourdough got hard and was difficult to eat. We also itread more
Bills is a highly established player in the Sydney café scene. Its maestro, Bill Granger, is rightly regarded as a major influence on Australian dining, with numerous restaurants, international cooking shows and books to boast. On a bright and sunny morning, we decided to have breakfast at Bills in order to see whether all the hype is justified. Food: From before, ourread more
Amazing food but pretty pricey. I had the corn fritters and my friend had the ricotta hotcakes and both meals were delicious. I added a side of mushrooms and the avo salsa and we each had a juice and the bill was $75 which is a bit much for a brunch I think but it really was a bit of a foodgasm so I would totally do it again. We waited about 30 minutes to get a table soread more