So many choices and decisions; this is the final verdict of cafe society Sydney. However the great thing is, that no matter where you are in the CBD or in Darlinghurst, there is an abundance of choice right around you. Seek and you shall find, although it won't take too long to get your caffeine hit of heaven. Blessings to the baristas.
QVB Jet, oh my goodness; one of the best establishments to have a Friday morning or weekend breakfast with a traditional cafe latte or a chai latte. Great ambience. Actually one of only a few cafes in the city where you can actually sit down in comfort and style for a few moments. Noisy, yes, however just go with the flow and come with a friend or two. This is why this establishment would have to be one of the top Sydney cafes I go to whenever I am in Sydney, and without fail too.
Other great coffee establishments include Rosebud and Bar Lazio in Rozelle, of which have already been covered by me in previous articles, and so has the lattes on offer at Bill and Toni's in Darlinghurst.
For a focaccia and a coffee, visit Vivo on George Street. Fantastic, strong and high quality bean coffee available during the week for that much needed pick me up; another establishment worth collecting those coffee loyalty cards for.
Other quality establishments that make great coffee at cheap and reasonable prices would include Pino Latte, Cellini's and Wynstop. Love the ambience and the waterfall at the New York Metro at Town Hall which is another coffee hotspot. You would be forgiven that you have just stepped into a modern diner with the booths.
The Arch produces good coffee if you wish to take away and walk up to nearby Hyde Park with it; otherwise any of the cafes in the nearby Queen Victoria Building are also worth it with a sugar or two, including Queens, Bacio and Mio Espresso.