Clipper Cafe, Glebe (2)

Clipper Cafe is one of my favourite cafes to sit and have a weekend brunch.  The food is tasty, it isn't amazing, but the inside of the cafe is cute and the staff are friendly.  It is conveniently located at the start of Glebe Point Road- so easy to get to by bus or a long but do-able walk from Central Station.

As another weekend is right around the corner, I thought I would do a quick post to show what we had for brunch on the most recent visit to Clipper Cafe.

Toasted banana bread with mixed berries, ricotta and honey

Poached egg, smoked salmon, avocado and asparagus

Poached eggs served on sourdough toast with mushrooms, pesto and parmesan cheese

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  1. Looks great. This spot seems to always be spilling over with students and locals. The banana bread looks lush!

  2. Omg the banana bread!!! How much is it? I've been thinking about coming here during my uni breaks but never got around to it...:S Must go check it out :-)

  3. Hi Helen: Yes the students and locals seem to really like it! That's when you know you're onto a good thing.

    Hi Little Owlie: Sorry I don't remember the exact price, but their dishes are reasonably priced, I think it may have been around $10?