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Bondi Beach Breakfast

The Best Breakfast Bondi Beach Has to Offer

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. But breakfast has gotten a bad rap lately – with the fast-paced lifestyle that most people have, it seems that everyone likes to eat their breakfast on-the-go. But when you visit Bondi Beach, the second most visited area in Sydney, you’ll have plenty of reasons to take it slow. Enjoying the views of Bondi Beach while indulging in a hearty meal is what the relaxed coastal suburb lifestyle is about.

There are several recommended breakfast places to consider for your next trip to Bondi Beach. Start your day with the perfect late morning breakfast or brunch with these dining options.

Brown Sugar

Located along Curlew St. in Bondi, Brown Sugar is a popular café with a relaxed vibe. It is the go-to option for locals and tourists seeking a modern-style brunch menu. It is located along the main streets in Bondi, which makes it easy to spot. The menu is the star of this breakfast spot because it changes seasonally to ensure that you have plenty of new options every time you dine. They also have a range of classic breakfast options with a modern and unique twist. They have a breakfast menu available all week. If you get a breakfast craving, you can head to Brown Sugar!

Harry’s

This breakfast place is a standout in Bondi Beach. It has a breakfast offering and ambiance that is quintessentially Bondi. If you want to soak in the lifestyle and ambiance of Bondi, there is no better choice than this. Some of Harry’s most popular menu items (for the breakfast menu) include breakfast Reuben with provolone cheese, pastrami with fried egg, and avocado and tahini toast.

Aside from the wonderful location, every item on the menu is artfully crafted at Harry’s. Once you’ve tried it, you’d see for yourself why it is a local favorite!

The Bucket List

The Bucket List is a great destination for late morning breakfast in Bondi. For one, it is located right on the beach. You can enjoy the amazing views of Bondi Beach and the surfers from your dining table. It also boasts of an eclectic décor that combines the elements of a beach-side shack and modern restaurant. Due to its proximity to the beach, The Bucket List is the perfect place to enjoy your pre- or post-swim meal.

Bennett Street Dairy

If you are craving for a hearty breakfast meal in Bondi Beach, head to Bennett Street Dairy and you won’t be disappointed. This is one of few restaurants in the area with a breakfast menu all day! You can enjoy your favorite breakfast meals any time of the day. And the best part is that they have meals that cost as low as $20! You can indulge your love for breakfast food as their menu include options like pocked egg with labneh, tomato salad and dukkah, roasted wild mushrooms, and crispy polenta. Are you hungry yet?

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The Hill Eatery

The Hill Eatery is one of the most unique breakfast spots in Bondi Beach as it brings the concept of farm-to-table. Since it opened, The Hill Eatery has been a staunch supporter of local producers and does its best to showcase the best Australian produce on their menu. If you value quality and freshness, you won’t be disappointed when you come here for breakfast.

The Hill Eatery also features a relaxing ambiance that is the perfect place to relax and soak up the atmosphere of Bondi Beach.

Lox Stock and Barrel

If you’re seeking a cozy and warm place to have your breakfast in that is the next best thing to home, head to Lox Stock and Barrel. Their mixed grain porridge is one of the best you’ll ever have – it’s a guarantee! They are also known for their friendly and passionate service, which is always great to start your day off on a bright mood. They also have a farm-to-plate concept so you can expect nothing short of quality freshness on their menu!

TinPin Bakery

Bakeries make the perfect place to go to for breakfast. At Bondi Beach, TinPin Bakery is one that is highly recommended by anyone who’s had the chance to try their breakfast menu. They have products like breads and pastries (think croissants) made fresh every single day. They also have a wide range of organic produce like eggs, which makes the perfect pairing for their fresh baked goods.

Have you tried any of these breakfast places in Bondi Beach? If not, make sure to add them to your must-try list on your next visit to Sydney and soak in the coastal suburb lifestyle.

 

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