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“A local relaxed cafe'”

Third Village Coffee
Ranked #153 of 170 Coffee & Tea in Sydney
Cuisines: Australian
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Dining options: Breakfast
Neighbourhood: Darlinghurst
Sydney, Australia
Level 6 Contributor
381 reviews
236 restaurant reviews
common_n_restaurant_reviews_1bd8 170 helpful votes
“A local relaxed cafe'”
Reviewed 28 January 2012

I like this place: nice vibe (relaxed table sharing and pop up feel set up), good coffee, slightly removed from the more mainstream (and upmarket) cafes in Darlinghurst and hence on the cheaper side. The menu is simple - with several versions of the old eggs on toast. Portions are medium/small and other breakfast classics.

  • Visited January 2012
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  • Chinese (Traditional) first
  • English first
  • French first
  • Any
English first
Lake Macquarie, Australia
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“A great Stanley Street cafe anytime of the day”
Reviewed 3 February 2011

A new cafe has opened in Stanley St., Darlinghurst that offers an innovative range of healthy meals from breakfast to late afternoon. I've eaten there a couple of times on my regular trips to Sydney from the Hunter Valley. This morning I had French toast with poached pear, fresh peaches, vanilla ricotta with lashings of maple syrup, a glass of freshly made apple, carrot & ginger juice and finished off with a perfectly made cappuccino. My husband had creamy scrambled eggs, toasted Sonoma sourdough bread with chorizo, lentils and roast pepper. He also had an iced green tea with peppermint, lemongrass and honey with a hint of ginger and pineapple, then finished with a macchiato.

There is a good selection of freshly squeezed juices (you can dream up your own though) and fruit smoothies as well as organic teas, Chai Latte, and hot chocolate made from West African cocoa.

There are some new lunch options on the menu including gourmet pies - chicken and chorizo or lamb and chickpea served with a mixed leaf salad.

The interiors of the cafe include original dark polished floorboards, exposed timber beams and a high timber ceiling, exposed brick on one side and in total contrast, a full wall painting of an Oxford Street scene in rich, bold colours. The back ground music is chilled out sounds that remind me of Cafe Del Mar in Ibiza. There's a communial table with a few newspapers and magazines, while the rest of the seating is for 2 or 4 people. It probably seats around 30 people max, so it's small and intimate and surprising not noisy, even when it's full. Natural light floods in from the window and doorway while oversized orb shaped globes dangle from the timber beams overhead.

There is a small range of sweet things to have with coffee in the afternoon, fruit muffins, lemon curd tarts, cookies and brownies.

The customers seem to be a mix of locals and travellers. A handy hint for travellers is there is a corner store 2 doors up with internet access, printer and ATM.

Stanley Street is about 10 minutes from Kings Cross and a short walk from Oxford Street and William Street, Hyde Park and Botannical Gardens.

  • Visited February 2011
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