Sydney’s cafes have well and truly caught up with the Instagram brunch trend. Here are some Sydney cafes where the images for your feed are as fabulous as the food.
Baby Coffee Co, Waterloo
With blush coloured velvet furniture, leafy green plants spotted around the room and a bright pink neon sign hanging on the wall, Baby Coffee Co certainly hasn’t dropped the ball on aesthetics.
This insta-worthy brunch spot has a gentle balance of glamour and charm that perfectly matches its title.
Dishes such as the Poached Pear and Granola or the Cinnamon Hotcake are totally gram-worthy and obviously delicious too.
To accompany the Garden House’s signature darling theme, all dishes are of course served on pastel coloured plates.
Not to mention you can order a gorgeous purple taro latte or a classic red velvet latte to properly indulge yourself in the cutesy vibes of the contemporary Waterloo café.
Two Sis and Co, Pyrmont
Tucked away on Harris Street, Two Sis and Co has a humbling and rustic exterior, only to be met with a completely different vision inside.
Once inside it feels as if you have put on turquoise-tinted glasses as the colour is splashed almost everywhere, from the crockery to the tiles to the hanging ceiling lights.
One side of the ceiling is bordered with greenery whilst the other side of the room has a bold foliage wallpaper that spans the entire wall, perfect for an Instagram backdrop.
This hidden treasure of Pyrmont is home to some of the most colourful displays of food that it will be near impossible not to post it on the gram.
The most eye-catching dishes would have to be the striking, bright teal Mermaid Pancakes topped off with an edible mermaid’s tail or the baby blue Butterfly Pea Somen that changes into a soft pink colour when dipped into their delicious Ponzu sauce.
Flower Child Cafe, Chatswood
This leafy hide-away brunch spots sits in one of the hallways of Chatswood’s main shopping complex.
Much like its name, the Flower Child Cafe is covered top-to-toe in flowers and greenery.
With an array of exquisite sweet and savoury options, diners will enjoy their meal surrounded by hanging vines and plants that make for an artsy Instagram photo op.
The endearing floral aesthetic also translates onto the plate with stunning dishes such as their iconic French Toast with banana mascarpone or their famous Vegan Bowl that even non-vegans fall in love with.
All dishes are made to look like a mini garden with edible garnishes and brightly coloured toppings to bring the food to life both in person and on the screen. .
The Botanica, Vaucluse
For a luxe dining experience, head to The Botanica in Vaucluse to feel like a proper brunch queen.
With elegant pink coloured chairs and floor to ceiling windows, the garden-house design is especially photogenic during Spring and Summer.
The contrast of white glass tables against the leafy green plants hanging from the ceiling, gives the restaurant a classy outdoor feel.
The Botanica serves seasonally curated dishes that bring light to our beautiful local Australian produce.
Some of the most sophisticated looking dishes include the colourful Coconut Breakfast Panna Cotta or the vibrant Green Breakfast Salad Bowl.
Concrete Jungle Cafe, Chippendale
Down the end of Spice Alley in Chippendale, lies a secret brunch hotspot hidden away from the bustling noise of the city.
The unique concrete interior is surprisingly easy on the eyes when placed next to sleek wooden furniture, topped off with a sprinkle of greenery to break up the sombre design.
The Concrete Jungle Café poses as the perfect Instagram backdrop to showcase the more than aesthetically-pleasing menu.
Some of our favourite dishes to indulge in visually are the striking Blue Majik Smoothie Bowl or the floral-inspired Pandan Ricotta Hotcakes which is basically a rainbow on a plate.