When it comes to breakfast, Potts Point is bursting with options.
And we’ve found the best spots to start your day in a delicious way.
It’s the most important meal of the day and arguably the best one – breakfast. Whether shared with friends on a Sunday or part of your morning pick-me-up routine, finding the best breakfast in Sydney can feel like an impossible task.
So as your local property experts in Potts Point, we’ve uncovered the top five local hotspots that will have you coming back for more.
The best leisurely, let’s-make-it-brunch breakfast: Fratelli Paradiso
Nestled on the end of Challis Avenue, Fratelli Paradiso is not only a haven for handmade pasta-lovers, but also for those partial to freshly-baked pastries.
Surrounding the large marble bar is plush seating, with the quiet corners welcoming you to relax and relish in a leisurely breakfast banquet. The selection of Italian-inspired breakfast dishes, including “Uova in Camicia” (poached, barley, goats cheese, hazelnut, fresh leaves) and “Piadina” (ham, taleggio, cress), are set to leave your palette satisfied and you may find it all too easy to transition into brunch.
The best cafe with your breakfast favourites: La Buvette
Mushroom, leek and sautéed potato Benedict on sourdough rye…..7am daily at la Buvette on Challis Ave 😋🍽☕️
When it comes to the best breakfast cafes in Sydney, La Buvette stands up to the rest with its delicious “Buvette Big Brekky” and all the classic staples – eggs benedict, breakfast burritos, buttermilk pancakes, French toast… the high ceilings are raised to contain the delicious scents.
With a name meaning “refreshment room,” this local haven is the perfect spot to soak in the morning sunshine and enjoy its north facing outlook while watching the world go by.
The best local-loved, on-the-go breakfast: Zinc Cafe
Along the heart of Potts Point on Macleay Street, Zinc Cafe is a much-loved local favourite that has been serving up pick-me-up plates for over a decade.
With produce sourced from the local Kings Cross markets, their house-made bircher muesli, free range eggs and fresh Sonoma bread makes for all the right reasons to enjoy their tempting all-day breakfast on weekends.
The best breakfast for the coffee-conscious: Gypsy Espresso
The inescapable scent of a morning pick-me-up is paired perfectly with their all-day breakfast menu featuring locally-inspired dishes. While you may find it hard to pick from the Fig & Walnut Granola, Bayswater Chickpea Puree and The Potts Plate, luckily you can’t go wrong with any option.
The best alfresco, all-day breakfast: Uliveto
The casual elegance of Uliveto induces an inescapable sense of relaxation. The refined plates that leave the kitchen will leave any palette satisfied, from the Spanish style baked eggs to the pan-fried potato with bacon.
There’s no better way to end your trip to Uliveto then by selecting from their sumptuous and seemingly endless display of pastries. Plus, you can even bring your dog along to enjoy the alfresco setting and laid-back ambience.
Honourable mentions for best breakfast
- Fountain – get stuck into their Toffee French Toast to start the morning sweetly.
- Room Ten – whether you come for the coffee or breakfast, you’ll keep coming back for more.
- Joseph Hyde – their locally-sourced, seasonal menu mixes perfectly with the laneway vibe of Joseph Hyde.
- Marcelle has a great spot tucked away near the fountain and serves amazing breakfasts that get written up in all the best guides.
Do you want to make one of these delicious breakfast spots your Sunday morning local? Get in touch with our team today to discover how you can join the local Potts Point breakfast club.