Treetop Cafe, in the heart of the bustling highrise suburb of Waterloo in close vicinity to Zetland/Victoria Park. There are many people living in this area, with only a few choices for eating out. Treetop cafe is coveniently located to cater to the locals. A large open space decorated with greenery playing to the name of the cafè. Also outdoor seating if it is a nice day.
We visited Treetop with a number of foodie friends including Sydney Dinner, Eating with my Food Safari, Sydney food dude and contributor Sakinav. We ordered a variety of drinks to start including some decent coffee and really niceread more
So much to choose from for a Sunday morning brunch after a big night so we just ordered everything to make sure our bases were covered...
The DOUBLE STACK PANCAKE plays on bitter and sweet with the lemon ricotta, mixed berry compote and ice cream... Too much? You can get this with whipped cream too if you like. The HOMEMADE CORN FRITTER has two cheeses weaved into it of ricotta and parmesan. The CLUB SANDWICH uses a homemade aioli and it's little touches like this in their dishes that make the dishes so loveable and their own. The BACON & EGG ROLL is our benchmark dish in case things go wrong and the whole selection seamlessly surpasses expectation. Also, their FRENCH TOAST should be called a 'French Loaf' because its massive! Topped with yoghurt,read more
Treetop cafe is across the road from East Village shopping centre on O'Dea Avenue. Seek it out and you will be rewarded with a top notch breakfast, that won't bust the mortgage.
There's a great menu and I could have very happily chosen everything off it (hello $10 chia pudding with lychee, mango and toasted coconut) but if you are wanting breakfast, I'd highly recommend the breakfast platters which are designed for sharing. And great for those that suffer from food envy.
We had the Vegetarian platter for two and it came out as a multi-tiered tower of breakfast heaven with eggs three ways (fried, scrambled and poached),read more