We woke up bright and early and took a morning stroll to bills (because so many people kept recommending it)!
This location at Darlinghurst was where it all began in 1993 when Bill Granger, at the age of 24 dropped out of art school and opened his first restaurant. It quickly became famous for the best scrambled eggs and ricotta hotcakes in town, served at the now much-copied communal table where locals and visitors, families and celebrities sit down to eat together and thrive on the buzzing atmosphere. (from bill’s website)
We reached here before 9am on this lovely Saturday, and it was not very crowded yet. Actually, my cousin had recommended scrambled eggs here, but we totally forgot about it and went on to have our priciest breakfast of the trip.
We picked up a cup of Latte (A$3.50) on our way (just like what we did when we were on our way to The Rocks) to the ever popular Bills, and enjoyed this bitter and smooth cup!
We could not find the signboard and only knew the cafe name from the cup 😮 Apparently it is quite popular from the reviews on Google, Zomato, Yelp etc. It is also famous for it’s coffee and Nordic-Japanese fusion breakfasts (we saw lots of sesame pancakes!) and it’s clean, white, minimalist decor. Too bad we were on our way to Bills since it’s our last free morning in Sydney.
It was lovely to have a hot drink with us as we strolled on during this rather windy morning.
- Location: 265 Liverpool Street, Darlinghurst NSW 2010, Australia (Google Map)
- Website: www.facebook.com/editioncoffeeroasters
- Directions: Take the train to Museum Station and walk along Liverpool Street
- Hrs: 7am – 3:30pm (Mon-Fri), 8am – 3:30pm (Sat-Sun)