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Sloanes Cafe, Paddington

17 May, 2011

So smack bang in the middle of Oxford St (opposite the markets) is this amazing little cafe which opens through to an exquisite and cosy little courtyard. I loved almost everything about this place (the waitstaff were a little on the “slow” side) – the pink sign, the glass panel doors with rough brick interiors to complete that European/Melbourne alleyway cafe vibe. More importantly, a comprehensive breakfast, brunch and lunch menu and of course, good coffee!

Melt – smoked ham, avocado, tomato relish & gruyere on sourdough ($12.00) with chorizo sides ($4.50) and haloumi sides ($4.00)

This combination was perfect for a late brunch on a chilly but sunny Sunday morning. The gruyere – swiss cheese – wasn’t too rich, the chorizo wasn’t too salty and there was plenty of avocado. Mmm yum! (Unfortunately the haloumi made me feel like I was chewing on a handful of rubber bands… May give that a pass next time!)

Eggs Benedict – Poached free range eggs, house-made Hollandaise sauce, spinach on English Muffin with Salmon($16.00) with chorizo sides ($4.50)

I didn’t have a taste but I could see the poached eggs were perfect. This dish was soon covered with egg yolk and formed what I would describe as a delicious mess!

Sloanes Cafe
312 Oxford St
Sydney, 2021
T: (02) 9331 6717
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