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Bambini Trust Cafe
Thursday, 3 January, 2008, 1:12 pm
Filed under: Best Kept Secrets - Sydney

Whilst in Sydney, we enjoyed a breakfast at the Bambini Trust Cafe on the recommendation of a friend of mine, Cath.  Her brother, Phil manages the restaurant and thought we should pop in and say hi and have a meal.  I made a reservation prior to leaving Darwin, but decided not to tell Phil that we were coming.  Afterall, we just wanted to enjoy a good breakfast and really no fuss.

We were a bit late in arriving and it was a wee bit squashy inside as the morning office workers edged their way out, thankfully they still had our table.

Apart from hot teas and chocolates, we ordered raisin and cinnamon toast, toasted Turkish bread with double smoked ham, aged cheddar and tomato and toasted Turkish bread with vine ripened tomato, avocado and basil.  All was good, tasty, satisfying and filled us up for a morning of shopping in the CBD.

While eating our breakfast, we were seduced by the smell of the duck confit being prepared in the kitchen and had some serious thoughts about having another meal at Bambini Trust.  Unfortunately, all our meals for the weekend had already been prearranged.

The dinner menu has a great selection of dishes and to be honest, I had already been online, printed off the menu and highlighted what I would have.  Dinner will have to wait for another visit to Sydney.

Breakfast worked out to around $10 per person.

Located in the St James Trust Building in Elizabeth Street.

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