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The great Aussie brekkie is one of the biggest joys of dining in Sydney. A legacy of the British – Britain being the home of the cooked breakfast, after all – but allied with the various cultures that have made modern Australia what it is. At Calypso Cafe & Restaurant in Surry Hills – right behind Central station on Elizabeth Street – they offer up breakfast and more with a multicultural twist, as well as lunch and dinner options too. Book a table now and head on over for one of the best way to start to a day in Sydney.
The city of Sydney is home to more than its fair share of great places to pick up a bite to eat from anywhere around the world. While most of the restaurants tailor themselves to one type of food, there are a few that take the best influences from all over and turn them into something uniquely Australian. Calypso Cafe and Restaurant on Elizabeth Street in Surry Hill – right behind Central station – is one such place, with a menu that offers up cafe classics from across the globe, from Australia to England and everywhere in between.
The breakfast at Calypso Cafe & Restaurant is Australian in origin but international in scope – bacon & egg is served on a Turkish roll, for example – and their lunch options take notes from elsewhere as well. Thai beef salad sits alongside carbonara pasta, chicken schnitzel is there, and so is chicken parmigiana. The menu at Calypso on Elizabeth Street in Surry Hills is packed with international favourites and served in a familiar cafe environment – book a table now and head on over for one of Sydney’s best feeds.