Sydney Food Diary: Tigerbakers, Darlinghurst

img_5768Victoria Street in Darlinghurst is a strange combination of businesses that have been there forever (hello Tropicana) and other storefronts that seem to be constantly changing. There are a few higher-end restaurants, quite a few casual places, and a number of in-between. It’s sensational for people watching.

Tigerbakers has stood the test of time. It’s long-established, and has a nice casual feel, all wood furnishings inside, a nice little balcony, and some outside seating. It kind of feels like it could be anywhere: Amsterdam, Toronto, London, Sydney.

img_5767It’s standard cafe fare, but they do a good enough job. My pal had a green juice and a muffin. I was in the mood for a heartier full breakfast. Eggs: delicious. Bacon: nicely done. Sausage: boring and not so tasty as sausages go. Toast and mushies: fine. I’ve never liked roasted tomatos so am not a fair judge. Crispy hashbrown. Mmm…

I think this all adds up to a solid option for a simple meal in the ‘hood, and there’s a nice men’s clothing shop next door, Circa75, if you’re into that sort of thing…

Tigerbakers Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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