There is a cafe that has quickly grown to make a name for itself among coffee lovers since it came onto the scene last year. Taking up residence in Potts Point around the corner from Fratelli Fresh, it has also managed to find a special place in my heart.
Gypsy Espresso has now become my favourite source of coffee in Sydney and, believe me, I do not give that title lightly. I'm simply not that kind of coffee drinker.
If light and tasty meals are your preference, this is the place to pull up a chair. I can tell fresh, quality produce is clearly the Gypsy philosophy from the taste of the sourdough toast ($8) topped with copious slices of avocado and roma tomatoes with garlic and a sprinkle of balsamic vinaigrette.
The gypsy mini beef burger ($10) is a good size if you are looking for the taste of a nice burger - with baby cos lettuce, roma tomato, tasty cheese and homemade garlic aioli - without the bloated regrets later.
Sadly for me, but fortunately for you, Gypsy Espresso does not share the same level of unparalleled love for me as I do for them and are quite happily spreading around their delicious treats to anyone who wants a taste.
So go and see for yourself the cafe that has managed to make a stamp in a suburb already bursting with great lunch options.