He led the way with good produce and exceptional service to bring to Sydney’s cafe circuit fresh and simple food at it’s best. Bill Granger is the poster boy behind our cafe favourites such as sweet corn fritters and honeycomb ricotta hotcakes, that we now come to expect on most menus on a Sunday morning.
Though this Woollahra haunt- the most recent of the three (Darlinghurst and Surry Hills)- should not be restricted to breakfast as their lunch menu is just as enticing. The sun drenched courtyard makes for a perfect ladies lunch as does the menu with choices such as herb crusted salmon and quinoa salad with preserved lemon dressing ($26) and the grilled haloumi open sandwich with cucumber, mint and black olive tapenade ($17.50)- which can be made into a salad at request, along with the other sandwiches on the menu. They also have Verve Clicquot by the glass ($18), rosehip and mint punch ($6.50) and a modest wine selection to allow for a decadent but not bank-breaking afternoon.
Also make sure to leave room for pudding, with their selection of classic tea cakes and slices made fresh daily or be sure to make a trip for afternoon tea and dip into the scones with homemade jam and cream ($8.50). How civilized!
118 Queen St
Woollahra Sydney 2025
(02) 9328 7997
Mon-Sun 7:30- 5pm