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by Justine Crowley (subscribe)
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Published January 7th 2012


This dominant corner cafe in Sydney's Paddington is situated in a perfect locale right near the Paddington markets, and nonetheless as part of the Paddington action.

Cafe Brioni serves it's purpose on this side of Oxford Street. It is not always the go to destination, as quite frankly you will find better coffee and service in other parts of Paddington. However, the coffee here is still of a fairly high quality standard.



The cafe a funky and contemporary vibe with a touch of elegance. The dining area is open and cosy, and is definitely inviting. There are plenty of reading materials, and is a great pit stop to recharge your batteries if your feeling your energy reserves running low; especially on a Saturday afternoon, after browsing the markets.

This is not necessarily an establishment you would want to keep coming back to. The service is just mediocre. It is not a place you would want to go to in catching up with people you have not seen in a long time. Average cafe, average service. Cafe Brioni is designed to be a perfect pit stop for when one is required.

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Why? To recharge your batteries with a caffeine hit on a Saturday afternoon
When: When required on an afternoon in Paddo
Where: Cafe Brioni, Paddington
Cost: $4 for a coffee
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