In-the-know coffee addicts from across Sydney can’t stop raving about Chambers Fine Coffee on Haymarket’s Quay Street, on the fringes of Chinatown. Led by the city’s most committed baristas and caffeine aficionados, this cafe, restaurant and wine bar serves excellent breakfasts, burgers, salads, mains, tapas and pizzas, all cooked to order and available for reasonable prices. Situated on Quay Street just steps away from Central, Chambers Fine Coffee is an ideal location for getting a gourmet coffee fix before or after work.
Coffee is our blood type, claim the folks behind Chambers Fine Coffee in Sydney’s Haymarket. Indeed, guests can truly feel the love in the air at this excellent cafe and restaurant – the staff members are friendly and passionate about brewing their top-notch coffee drinks, and take pride in running one of Sydney’s most respected coffee shops. All of the beverages are made using the very best coffee beans, utilising techniques that bring out the coffee’s subtle flavours. From lattes and cappuccinos to long blacks and its evil twin the ‘Americano’, all of the drinks are made with finesse and expertly crafted, providing you with the best drink, every time.
The cuisine on offer at Chambers Fine Coffee on Quay Street is also something the staff takes very seriously, again sourcing only the finest produce and ingredients for each and every dish. Visit during the morning hours before a wander through the buzzing streets of Sydney’s Chinatown and take hearty breakfasts like the double bacon New-York style brekkie burger (fried eggs, bacon, chorizo, mushrooms, hash browns and grilled tomatoes) or the famous fried chicken eggs benedict. For lunch, go for the chorizo sausage roll or the premium beef lasagna with garden salad, or get healthy with roast pumpkin with lentil gourmet salad. Get your coffee fix served with amazing food at Chambers Fine Coffee in Haymarket – reserve online to ensure a table.
the restaurant was pretty and the musics were nice! try the blueberries cheesecake it is worth it! we sat upstairs and were able to look down onto the street :)