Find out what Cafe restaurants to try in Brighton le Sands including Mach 2 Sydney Airport, Babel, Eurobay Cafe Bar, The Laughing Goat Cafe, Mezes, Avocado Fruit Lounge Cafe, The Bistro by Wolfgang Puck, Little Mac Cafe, Mascot Corner Cafe & Bar, The Grounds of Alexandria
4 based on 1680 reviews
Opened in April 2012, The Grounds is built on the philosophy of creating experiences for communities through quality products, innovations and an ever-evolving vision. Located in a former industrial precinct from the 1920s, The Grounds of Alexandria is a
I wanted my burger cooked rare..but it was only available âwell-cookedâ the wait gal told me confidently....Pass.The poached egg in my 2nd choice of a âhealthyâ salad was rubbery & obviously also pre-cooked!...this place is an expensive tourist trap & should be avoided if youâre looking for value & genuinely attractive, wholesome food. Settling for one of the so-called â healthy â salads, here too one had delivered pre-cooked food in the guise of a ârubberâ poached egg ...overpriced crowded & touristy ...donât bother .
4 based on 72 reviews
From the friendly service at 6.30am on a humpday through to great coffee and delicious food. This is hands down a go to cafÃ© in Mascot.Thanks for the review mate! We pride ourselves on service and quality so really happy to hear about your good experience. We look forward to seeing you again soon
Just within walking distance of The Grand Parade, this cafe is always busy with locals and tourists- so try and get in early. Or just keep to take away !Good coffee - and friendly staff.
3 based on 249 reviews
The Bistro by Wolfgang Puck offers a range of casual fare in a relaxed dining environment overlooking Sydneyâs city skyline. The contemporary menu feature a range of dishes, including steak frites with asparagus, French fries and herb butter; a range of g
Busy restaurant with a great atmosphere, staff here were friendly yet professional. My husband and I both enjoyed the classic breakfast, would recommenced adding avocado to complete the dish. Coffee was lovely too, we asked for strong cap and it was perfect. Great job guys, see you next time.
We visited Avocado Fruit Lounge Cafe at lunchtime on a Saturday - attracted by the concept and it was well patronised. We got a seat and perused the Menu. As the name suggests, the meals are Avocado Heavy and tended toward a Breakfast style, which was fine for us. Meals were about $17a pop and the drinks $8 - so it was by no means a budget CafÃ©.We ordered Haloumi, Avocado on toasted Sourdough with Cherry Tomatoes and an identical meal with Smoked Salmon in place of the Haloumi. Beverages were a Virgin Mojito and a Passionfruit Mocktail.Service was slow. After about 15 mins, one drink arrived and the waitress asked if that was our order complete, she was a little shocked when we told her we were waiting on 2 meals and another drink (which arrived maybe 5 minutes later).Eventually, after another 25 minutes our meals arrived. Plenty of ripe Avocado and my Salmon was rich and creamy. But. Our sourdoughs were barely toasted and consequently soaked up the Avocado, making the toast limp and soft. The Haloumi suffered the same treatment - barley grilled, squeaky and unappetizing. The meal was topped with a single Cherry Tomato artfully carved into a crown. When the menu has Tomatoes...you expect more than one - regardless of how artfully carved the solitary presentation appears.Both of the drinks, however, were superb.But unfortunately not so superb as to take the sting out of the near $50 bill....Avocado Fruit Lounge CafÃ© suffers a significant gulf between Concept and Execution, which is a shame because If this concept was executed well, this place would be very very good. As it stands however, its not really close to what it aspires to....
For many years this was our goto place for breakfast as we stayed at the Novotel, the big breakfast was the best and the coffee great. Truly the only thing I miss about not staying there any more. Top spot top managers always helped us out.
4 based on 76 reviews
Here at the Laughing Goat we aim to provide you with an all round enjoyable and satisfying experience. With a rustic fit out, food made from the heart and soul warming coffee we promise you will leave with a full belly and a smile on your face. Connected
My daughter, who has never had an occasion to attend St George hospital, has been here and recommended it. Having to go to the hospital, I decided to take the short walk down the highway. It is really good. Delicious and healthy food, a comparatively small but varied menu with a too tempting display of something sweet to eat. We enjoyed our meals, although on a hot day we decided against coffee and had something cold, a smoothie and milkshake. We were both disappointed with these. My banana smoothie was made with syrup instead of the real thing. So, have the coffee.
3 based on 102 reviews
Me and a friend were recently cancelled on a flight to Melbourne and our layover in Sydney turned into two nights. Staying at Brighton beach we chose a random restaurant and it was an excellent choice !The staff were great, specific shout out to the manager who was charming and funny. Food was absolutely delicious. Their euro chips were fantastic with their special sauce and herbs. We then shared the chilli prawn linguini and the burnt butter pumpkin gnocchi, both of which were fantastic so if you go order them. Their bottle of Shiraz was excellent as was the baileys hot chocolate (called teddy bear on the menu). We were very happy here and spent over three hours talking and eating I recommend 100%
4 based on 49 reviews
We dropped in for brunch after reading the reviews here.I had the haloumi stack which was cooked mushrooms, spinach, roasted tomato, eggplant & haloumi with balsamic glaze. It was extremely generous in size and quite delicious. Hubby had the babel breakfast which again was also delicious & generous. The coffee was excellent. So much so that hubby enjoyed 2. Service was very good too. I would have given an excellent review but didn't because I got a "dirty" feel for the place. The displays in the windows really needed a good clean. So did the windows themselves on the display and fridges need cleaning as do the floors in this place and the kitchen area which is in view. Perhaps instead of just standing around waiting for the next customer to come in, the staff can clean up the place a bit. Otherwise, very nice food.
4 based on 326 reviews
From the famed Machiavelli restaurant family, Mach2 is the International Terminalâs newest dining venue serving Italian favourites such as Antipasto, Calamari Fritti, Spaghetti & Meatballs and Risotto as well as an All-Day Breakfast menu. Mach2 offers a f
Itâs my preferred start to any travel. Welcome to Italyâs hospitality, delicious food and warm service before your flight has even taken off from Sydney. Breakfast options are abundant and the food is delicious and fresh tasting. And the coffee sublime. Relaxed, friendly service that makes you feel warmly welcomed.Hello SheilaThis sounds like you are a regular :). Awesome feedback - and looking forward to serving you prior to your next travelGreetingsTeam Mach2
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