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Tucked away on Kendall lane, the oldest laneway in The Rocks, The Fine Food Store has been a much-loved favourite of locals for over 10 years. Recently revealing its Brooklyn-inspired renovation, this cool and contemporary cafe offers a succinct menu of fresh and tasty offerings from braised-pork sliders to salmon gravlax with fennel salad. They pride themselves on the highest standard in coffee, from cold brewed to single origin espresso - to be enjoyed at a picturesque window seat or to-go when you're on the run.
Consistency of good food in this place. Still think a shame they can't take orders at the table - given the prices (and yes went on a Sunday again - so presume whoever paying got stung with the 10% surcharge).
BUT good menu and good...More
We arrived to a fairly busy café, which almost had no staff. It was unclear if we had to wait to be seated or if we could just sit anywhere. After 10 minutes of no assistance we sat at a free table.
We looked over...More
Came twice to the Fine Food Store - once for breakfast and again for Lunch because it was so good! This is a fantastic spot - great menu with casual items to eat, and a nice selection of seating in space with beautiful light. It's...More
I think this is the pick of breakfast cafes in The Rocks. It has a lovely atmosphere and decor. The menu is imaginative and extensive. My daughter had the beans which were spicier than she would have liked for breakfast but that’s an individual thing....More
Ordered brisket burger today. Burger was OK I was only surprised that it was served with chips. The natural ones that you buy in supermarket. $16.5 for it. When I ordered I didn't expect a burger would come with this but would. Expect chips as...More
The first residents of the Rocks were convicts and sailors from the old nation. As the oldest neighbourhood in the city, the area's cobblestone streets host more than 100 heritage sites and buildings, including the oldest house in Sydney, Camden Cottage, which was built in 1816. Taste a “midi “ or a “schooner” of beer and dine “al fresco” on the waterfront at some of the oldest pubs in Sydney. The
weekend markets at the Rocks are where you can find local artists' hand-made souvenirs, organic food and designer jewelry in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. To enjoy some of the best Australian and international contemporary art, the MCA museum is open every day and select evenings. At the end of a long day of sightseeing, be sure to save energy to dance the night away at the area's many late night entertainment venues.