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Frames Cafe, Surry Hills

Never a shortage of cafe’s in Surry Hills. It seems like B and I are always on the hunt for new places to have coffee, brunch or lunch in Surry Hills. Frames cafe can be found on the busy street of Bourke Street, nestled in a ‘charming renovated terries house’ and offers diners, all day breakfast, salads, pasta and a super chilled out vibe.

Unfortunately I didn’t have the coffee here, we did notice a lot of regulars dropping. I wanted a cold drink, so opt for the freshly squeezed juice.

I wasn’t overly hungry and opt for the house baked croissants with ham, cheese and tomato ($5.50). The croissants was toasted, but unfortunately, the filing was a tad cold. I think I would have preferred for the filing to be warm, just like the croissant!

B on the other hand, as always opt for something healthier! You can tell who is healthier out of the two can’t you? Seasonal fruit salad served with granola and mixed berry yogurt ($9.50).

There are more than 40 different types of frames in hanging on the wall. It’s definitely a cute little cafe, very laid back and friendly service. There is a cute courtyard out the back for those lazy Sunday brunches with friends! Food reasonably priced and service very friendly, pity the filing in my croissants were cold, but I guess some people do prefer it that way!

GA’s ratings: 6.5 / 10

Frames Cafe

659 Bourke Street

Sydney 2016

Ph: +61 2 9319 6024

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  1. Lil
    October 30, 2011 at 4:16 am

    Hehe love the funky decor.

  2. November 2, 2011 at 1:24 am

    Love the fruit salad and granola!

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