22 Jul 2020
8 Darling Harbour restaurants serving delicious, affordable breakfast
There are dozens of Darling Harbour restaurants and cafes open near you, serving delectable and affordable breakfasts. Here are eight of the best.
Being a functioning adult is tough. We’ve got to cook three meals a day, hold down a job and try not to completely blow the budget - all at the same time!
You deserve to treat yourself and make life easier every now and then. So to help get your days started right, here’s a list of the most delicious, affordable breakfasts in Darling Harbour.
Rashays is a cracking Australian cafe in Harbourside Shopping Centre that’s open all day. For just $10, you could be eating scrambled eggs on sourdough with hashy b’s and sausages, while enjoying stunning views over Darling Harbour. Spend a little more ($13) and you’ll get a lovely smashed avo on sourdough with poached eggs.Find out more
Harry’s Cafe De Wheels
Harry’s Cafe De Wheels started over 75 years ago when the enterprising Harry Edwards started slinging mince pies out of his caravan in Woolloomooloo. There’s almost a dozen locations now but they still serve delicious cheap food without the fuss. Bring a $10 note and you’ll get change back for a bacon and egg roll and a coffee.Find out more
Blackbird Cafe probably has the best views of Darling Harbour from its first floor location on Cockle Bay Wharf. It also has a very delicious, very affordable breakfast menu including banana toast, fresh ricotta and jam for just $11. If you’re more of a savoury breakfast person, the classic eggs on sourdough for $12 is a good option.Find out more
Edition Coffee Roasters
If you’re looking for things to do in Sydney this weekend, drinking coffee and eating brunch has got to be top of the list. First off, make sure you grab a cuppa because these guys make the best coffee in Sydney. Next, browse their incredible selection of life-changing pastries, or order off their brunch menu which feature gems like miso banana bread with yuzu curd for just $7.Find out more
Auvers serves an affordable breakfast but this place feels anything but cheap. There’s gorgeous art all over the walls, phenomenal coffee and a delectable menu featuring the famous Auvers matcha pancakes. Their sourdough toast, butter and spreads is a simple delicious brekky at only $6 but if you’re after something more filling go for the eggs on toast for $10.Find out more
Hive Cafe & Co
Hive Cafe & Co can be found in Harbourside Shopping Centre, serving up breakfast delights and barista-made coffee. The brekkie burger here is a must try, featuring hash browns, BBQ sauce, bacon and egg, all wrapped in a pillowy brioche bun. Is your stomach rumbling yet?Find out more
Planar’s got comfy alfresco lounge seating, a relaxed meditaranean atmosphere and stunning views over Darling Harbour. If alarm bells are going off in your head because that all sounds expensive, settle down - bacon and eggs your way is only $12.90.Find out more
Shortstop Coffee and Donuts
Technically you shouldn’t eat donuts for breakfast, but who’s going to know? Just you and the staff at Shortstop, and they’ll happily keep your secret. If you feel like treating yourself, grab one of Shortstop’s mind-blowing maple walnut & brown butter donuts and wash it down with a barista-made coffee - all for under $10.Find out more