If breakfast or lunch by the waterfront sounds like your kind of thing, you’re going to love Cafe Morso on Pirrama Road. Located in Sydney’s Pyrmont, you’ll be able to enjoy stunning views from Pyrmont Point across the harbour to East Balmain and North Sydney at this Australian restaurant. Whether you’re dining al fresco on the deck or enjoying a spot of brunch inside this old dockyard building, you’ll be able to soak up the fresh sea air while enjoying exciting, locally-sourced dishes alongside wine, cocktails, Little Marionette coffee, cold-pressed juices, dairy-free smoothies, milkshakes and more. Just book in advance to nab a table!
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We ate at Cafe Morso for brunch on Sunday before going to the Lyric Theatre. Everything was amazing from the service to the location and the food was to die for !! I had the brunch gnocchi with bacon and poached egg in truffle oil. OMG it was delicious!! My partner and son ate the seafood risotto, which they loved. Would definitely go there again. Thanks for the wonderful service. Regards Vikki Stadler
A regular for us! Food is always so delicious. Highly recommend this place.
Cafe Morso is located right on the dock of Jones Bay Wharf on Pirrama Rd in Pyrmont. This Sydney eatery specialises in hefty Australian breakfasts, brunches and lunches as well as private evening events such as dinner banquets, special functions and cocktails parties. There’s something ever-so delightful about being able to enjoy fresh, flavoursome food looking out at the water, and Cafe Morso is perfectly situated for just that! If you’re heading to this Pyrmont place for some breakfast mid-week you can choose from dishes such as homemade muesli with fresh fruits, caramelised apple and yoghurt foam, lemon and mascarpone hot cakes with ricotta and rhubarb or a brioche roll with fried eggs, avocado, bacon, smoked cheese and tomato relish.
Level up to an even more decadent affair with brunch at Cafe Morso on the weekends, where the menu includes options like gnocchi with soft poached eggs, crispy bacon lardons and truffle oil or pulled pork and cheese quesadillas with jalapeños, red pepper salsa, sour cream and fried eggs. A visit to this Sydney spot would be a complete sin without an alcoholic beverage, considering that their wine and cocktail list is just bursting with refreshing drinks such as Aperol Spritzs, espresso martinis, mimosas and more. So if you want fresh Australian grub in a cool setting, book a table at Cafe Morso today – you’ll be glad you did!