Georgia's Kitchen, Marrickville, Sydney

Guest blogger edition

Just when you thought Marrickville couldn't any more awesome with its pork rolls, renovated pubs, Vietnamese phos and hipster cafes, I discovered yet another fantastic little cafe in this suburb!

Located away from the main strip and close to Steel Park and opposite the Marrickville PCYC, what used to be a run down warehouse with broken windows and graffiti has now turned into a lively Mediterranean style cafe!

Arriving at 11:15am we just caught the end of the breakfast menu (lunch starts at ~11:30). We ordered our much needed coffees before contemplated waiting for the lunch menu to begin. Although the lunch menu did have some delicious sounding food (Saganaki prawns anyone?!), being the impatient people that we are, we decided not to wait for the kitchen to switch over to lunch preparation and ordered from the breakfast menu.

Although not a cheap breakfast menu, I didn't think the prices were not too exorbitant. The food was really yummy for breakfast and I'm usually not even a breakfast person. It was well cooked, flavoursome, fresh and filling. What more could you ask for?

Nice food, nice ambience, friendly staff - this will definitely be a cafe I will add to the list of Marrickville favourites alongside Kelby's (still the best) and West Juliett. Will go back for the lunch menu next time!

Skim flat white ($3.50)

 Georgia's special - Fried eggs, bacon, spinach, mushrooms, tomato, grilled haloumi and sourdough ($18.50)

The Kalamata - Scrambled eggs, sausages, tomato, fetta, rocket ($16.50)

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  1. Didn't even know this place existed! Saganaki prawns sound awesome. Will have to look out for this spot!

  2. Hi Helen, it's fun trying new places! Hope you get the chance to try it!