5 Top Places in Sydney to visit this July

Breakfast - Single Origin Roasters
The team here takes their coffee seriously. It’s a great place to grab a coffee and their cafe next door serves up a killer banana bread with the house-made espresso butter. FYI, they’re not open on weekends. 
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Brunch - Copo Cafe & Diner
One of my favourite places for brunch in Sydney! Highly recommend the bubble & squeak and their super delicious banana thickshakes. In warmer weather, there’s an outdoor terrace on the second floor :) FYI, the entrance isn’t on Victoria Road but on Formosa St. 
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Lunch - New Shanghai
You can’t go wrong with dumplings and a pot of jasmine tea on a cold Winter’s day :) The ever popular xiao long baos and pan-fried dumplings  will soothe your soul with the flavoursome broth wrapped inside the dumpling case. Locations: Chatswood Chase, Ashfield, Chatswood - Lemon Grove, and Bondi Junction.
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Dinner - A Tavola
The pastas are made fresh and reminds me of Italy :’) Their rich ragu with pappardelle pasta and a glass of red will keep you on your toes for more. Perfect for a catch-up or date night. The restaurant is narrow but there are three floors so if you’re going with a large group, make sure you book ahead. 
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Supper & Drinks - Grain Bar (proper blogpost soon)
It’s classy and stylish as expected since it’s the Four Season Hotel’s bar. Beautiful furnishings, an extensive liquor selection and a top notch bar menu by Hamish Ingham. Enter via George St where the little palm trees are or via the Four Season’s lobby entrance. And if you’re had a bit too much to drink, the staff can organise a cab or spend a night at the hotel ;)
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5 Top Places in Sydney to visit this July

Single Origin Roasters on UrbanspoonCopo Cafe & Diner on UrbanspoonNew Shanghai Chinese Restaurant on UrbanspoonA Tavola on UrbanspoonGrain Bar on Urbanspoon

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  1. tygrreyzz said: a tavola is my favourite Italian in sydney! :)
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