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Sunday 1 December 2013

SYDNEY - Devon Cafe @ Surry Hills

SYDNEY - Devon Cafe @ Surry Hills - Every weekend I look forward to exploring new cafes in Sydney for brunch. Devon Cafe was highly recommended by my girlfriend Tourmaline who just moved from Singapore to Sydney and I was impressed by their creative brunch menu.

                                     76 Devonshire Street, Surry Hills, NSW 2043, Sydney
Phone: 9211-8777 (Beside Central Station)

Situated conveniently beside Central Station, Devon Cafe is opened by 2 renowned chefs from Bistro Guillaume - sous chef Zacharay Tan and chef Jacqui Ekortors. I like the fact that there was ample parking outside and I could keep watch of my Ferrari while eating on the bench. I had to be careful as people tend to bang into other cars especially drivers who can't do parallel parking for nuts.

We ordered their delicious Ice Mocha and it is one of the best I've ever had! The Ice Mocha tasted heavenly with the perfect blend of chocolate and vanilla ice cream. The Fruitti Berri drink tasted absolutely refreshing too if you prefer something healthy! Under the waitress's recommendation, we ordered the items with the most unique names such as "Breakfast with the Sakuma's" (Aud24.50) which comprises of miso grilled king salmon, smoked eel croquette, 63' egg, radish petit salad and kepi mayonnaise and the "Ogre's Happy Meal"(Aud21) which consisted of ox-tongue, hash potatoes, cauliflower puree, picked onion & fried egg. Food & drinks were tasty, delicious and interesting. Overall, we enjoyed our Sunday brunch and would definitely come back again!

Note: It could get pretty crowded so do go early to avoid waiting in long queues *winks-

We visited Devon Cafe again on Sunday and ordered different items to try. The owner Noni Widjaja, a friendly Indonesian lady suggested I try their White Truffle Carbonara Pasta with herbs and bacon (Aud60) and my my, it tasted heavenly! An expensive dish due to the rare white truffle imported from overseas. We also tried the Citrus King Salmon (Aud18) and it was really refreshing and appetizing!

♥ Lora Christelle Lim 
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