Sydney’s 5 Most Droolworthy Dessert Breakfasts

When the urge to spoil yourself takes hold, what could be more indulgent than dessert for breakfast? And what better time is there to be indulgent than a weekend? Come with us now and explore Sydney’s yummiest dessert breakfasts!

Wolf and co
Wolfe & Co

Dural

Home-grown, locally sourced, fresh, fragrant and utterly delicious are just a few of the words one could use to describe Wolf & Co’s food. The Crème Brûlée French toast is the perfect way to kick things off on a sugary high, and the cold-pressed juice with kale, pear, apple, ginger and lemon makes for a very refreshing (and slightly healthier) sidekick. Find out more

“So glad a great brunchy cafe has opened in my area. Definitely a great place for a catch-up and delicious dishes to come with it. Highlight for me was the summer fruits! Not only did it look absolutely gorgeous and vibrant, the taste was impeccable too. I’ll be back for sure!” – kningja


Bills Waffles
Barefoot Coffee Traders

Sydney

The scent of good coffee is like music to the nose, and yours will be dancing to the Barefoot Coffee Traders tune from the moment you enter this cosy little cafe. The freshly-made waffles (available plain, or with any combination of chocolate, salted caramel and ice-cream) are an absolute must-try, and the Toby’s Estate coffee is pure dark magic. So, pull up a tree stump chair and settle in! Find out more

“Love getting a hot Belgian chocolate take away and sip it at the beach.” – Fbeaches


Bills
Bills

Darlinghurst

We’re forever indebted to Bill for bestowing his beautiful Ricotta Hotcakes upon our humble city. They’re served with banana slices and honeycomb butter, and go down a treat with a fudge chocolate shake. Clean, breezy and eternally welcoming, Bills is pretty much just everything you want in a classic Sydney corner café. Thanks Bill – don’t ever change.  Find out more

“Went here on a weekend during lunch time, and I was very impressed with the menu and service. Food was more than adequate, very tasty with the coffee. Staff were friendly and helpful during the ordering process.” – Kurt Simmons


Creperie
Image credit: Four Frogs Creperie

Four Frogs Creperie

Mosman

You won’t find crepes this authentic anywhere else in Sydney (they’re made by real French chefs), and every single flavour is worth sampling at least once. This list is about naughty breakfasts, however, so we’ll have to recommend the chocolate, vanilla, ice-cream and Grand Marnier Crepe Flambée, rounded off with a cheeky iced chocolate on the side. Find out more

“Grab an ice coffee with your crepe because there is no better excuse to have a dollop of ice cream in a coffee for your breakfast.” – atan7


Tartine

Tartine

Mascot

Sleek, bold and oozing with contemporary style, Tartine is making jaffles sexy again. The ‘Stoner’s Delight’ is a gloriously messy collision of Mars Bar and Nutella; the kind of thing only a true dessert genius could conjure up. We’re glad they did, because it’s out-of-this-world delicious, and we like to balance it out with a nice berry smoothie.

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Now that’s what we call dessert brekkie. We hope you’ll enjoy it as much as we did, and don’t forget to review your experiences on True Local!

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