The sandwiches are amazing at this bakery café, thanks in no small part to the mad skills of Simon Cancio - his bread is dense, elastic and malty and we'll happily cross the city for a taste. While you're here order coffee and house made sodas before making the excruciating decision between the sweet treats in a glass cabinet that would bend the resolve of even the most fanatical paleo advocate.
White Rabbit is a state-of-the-art, four-floor temple to 21st century Chinese art hidden on a backstreet in Chippendale. Founder Judith Neilson created the self-funded non-profit gallery to house her epic collection of post-millennial Chinese art, and it opened to the public in 2009. If you're stuck for an afternoon activity, spend a few hours browsing this fascinating cultural space that is free, as well as an excellent way to kill some time.
hat’s on the plate and in the glass, and here they’re doing something completely their own. While they’re not afraid to get a little experimental, there’s always a solid grounding to their dishes. The kitchen is mostly made up of a giant wood--fired oven, which has its toasty perks. Though the menu is an ever-evolving roll call of rustic originality, there are a few mainstays like the blood sausage sanga and the whole head of cauliflower.
There’s a big difference between reviving an old pub and renovating the hell out of it. So lovers of aged, inner-city Sydney boozers will be glad to hear the Lord Gladstone's new look is free from Americana, taxidermy, Mexican souvenirs or anything Hampton themed. What they do have is a late license and plenty of good time brews like Kirrin, Kozciusko pale, and James Squire Hop Thief 7. Want tins? Want craft longies? Check the fridges. They're here, too.