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Bar Sirocco Cafe

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by Justine Crowley (subscribe)
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Published January 10th 2012

Bar Sirocco provides a different type of ambience than all of the other cafes in Annandale. Expect street front balcony seating, which reminds me of a couple of cafes in Oxford Street Paddington. This establishment has recently changed their shopfront to Cafe Diemme, although they still wish to be known as Bar Sirocco.

Whether you want to come out for breakfast alone or with someone, the experience is still to be enjoyed. The vibe of this establishment can mean anything from catching up with a close friend or neighbour over a longish breakfast; or come here alone for your breakfast and latte while flicking through the Sydney Morning Herald on a Saturday morning, particularly through the Good Weekend.

If you are not in the mood for coffee, then their freshly squeezed orange juices are a great alternative without too much pulp. Great drinks all round that never disappoint, and neither does the service or the food. Tried the smoked salmon and cream cheese mini bagel with capers; that with orange juice is guaranteed to fill you up and provides a great kickstart to the entire weekend.

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Why? Perfect for breakfast on the weekend
When: Breakfast on weekends
Where: Bar Sirocco, Annandale
Cost: $12-15
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