At The Rusty Rabbit, modern Australian cuisine and cafe classics are served up in a hip yet unpretentious atmosphere. Open seven days a week, this quirky Sydney joint is a local favourite, the perfect place to while away the hours with a coffee and book, or catch up with friends over some some food and drinks. You’ll find this popular cafe located on Forbes Street over in Darlinghurst. Book a table in advance to avoid disappointment!
Gorgeous waiters and fun atmosphere but it can get so loud so as not to be able to hear yourself think. Food is okay and, when busy, can be hard to get your server's attention.
Very tasty and generous sized meals combined with friendly and efficient service make this a perfect spot for a workday lunch. Love the decor too!
With exposed brick walls and rustic decor The Rusty Rabbit is both cosy and stylish. A popular spot for both breakfast and brunch in Sydney, Darlinghurst locals flock here for their delicious cafe cuisine and quality coffee from Toby’s Estate. Start your day off with something healthy like the morning muesli with sweet yoghurt, berry compote, toasted coconut, chia seeds and seasonal fruit, or something a bit fancy like the smoked salmon tartine with poppyseed-coated avo, pickled Spanish onion, grated egg and a lemon vinaigrette.
Lunchtime begins at half eleven, with options like the Lebanese kafta burger, the garlic, thyme and citrus marinated chicken served with greens, brown rice and red quinoa, and the blackboard specials all worth a repeat visit. Plus, whether you’re looking to nurse last night away, a liquid lunch, or a casual arvo session, The Rusty Rabbit do a good line in cocktails, beer, cider, and wine, too! With its chilled-out vibe and quality cuisine, The Rusty Rabbit in Darlinghurst can get busy so book a table at this popular central Sydney hangout in advance to snap up one of the best tables!