Revolver is definitely one of those must see breakfast places in Sydney. Located at the corner house of a residential area (read: free parking), this cafe presents an Aussie charm with its classic porch feeling on the outside and Victorian-like ambiance on the inside. The place is quite intimate and has numerous tables and chairs from corner to corner as well as the front outdoor area to make sure that everyone is catered for. The atmosphere feels very warm, clean, yet trendy, some thanks to the Top 40 songs playing from the Bose speakers on the ceiling.
The dishes has a classic, grandma's style cooking and highly seasoned. We tried the items that are big on reviews: the big breakfast. It comes in a hot pot, with baked eggs & beans. Also available in vegetarian option, the dish has a very nice and fresh tone, and a killer sourdough dip! We also ordered a potato watkes, which is smoked salmon with sour cream, beetroot relish & pickled cucumber which was again very strong in flavours but an exciting dish to have.
The service was pretty prompt and the food came relatively quick too. There is only one unisex restroom for this cafe, so lining up for that spot is pretty much a guarantee.