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Kawa Cafe

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by Julia Naughton (subscribe)
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Published June 2nd 2011
Soy latte


Simple, easy and delicious.

Breakfast or brunch, you're in for a treat at Kawa. With its homely feel generated through both its no-fuss menu and pot plant exterior, this little gem offers an organic experience on a lazy Saturday morning.

Whether you are sweet, or savoury in the mornings (you will be impressed by either) the coffee is how a coffee should be, and if you're going caffeine-free you would be crazy not to try their famous frappes.

Sit outside on the dainty wrought-iron tables and watch the world go by. Despite being practically roadside, you still get a sense of nature with Crown Street's high leafy trees overhead and the immediate surroundings of hanging plants and fresh white paint.

Eggs are the favourite here, and I must say the scrambled are top-notch. Add avocado, roast pumpkin and their home-made baked beans and you won't be disappointed.
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Why? Because you want a cosy cafe.
When: Open daily
Where: 348 Crown St, Surry Hills, NSW 2010
Cost: $8-$20 per head.
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