The Review Wrapup August 2015
This month our reviewers have unearthed some unique foodie finds with a selection of suburban eateries from all around the city that are fan favourites with locals.
Thr1ve, Sydney CBD
We always love when places do things a little bit differently, so when we heard about Thr1ve's unique Mountain Coffee we knew we had to check it out. What we found is delicious coffee and a tasty, seasonal menu packed with nutritious gluten free and paleo dishes.
[Image2 Nutritious and delicious.]
Reinvention is risky business, but luckily HAM in Cronulla has found success. Reinventing their menu and introducing some old favourites as well as some new, inventive dishes has made this trendy café a favourite with Shire locals.
[Image4 A casual atmosphere and tasty food - it's easy to see why locals flock here.]
Literally seconds from the beach, this eatery in Cronulla not only boasts a stunning view, but some tasty food too. Be sure to try the buttermilk pancakes or even visit for a spot of afternoon high tea.
[Image3 Fluffy pancakes by the beach.]
From Silvia, Frenchs Forest
This market stall, specialising in gluten free foods, has everything from homemade pasta and lasagne, to tarts and other sweets. Be sure to try the lamingtons, which, gluten free or not, are some of the best lamingtons around.
[Image1 It's all gluten free, and it's all delicious.]
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