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The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - - INSIDER -

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MUM’S BAKLAVA AND COF­FEE

YOU may first come to this al fresco kiosk for the con­ve­nience, but you’ll likely re­turn for a piece of “Mum’s baklava” — a treat they’ve been bak­ing daily for nine years.

AUSSIE BITES CAFE

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BIG BREKKIE BURGER

THE folks at Cafe On Monash have worked out how to do a big brekkie on the run, putting ba­con, egg, hash brown, sausage and cheese be­tween two toasted buns.

CAFE ON MONASH, 13 MONASH RD

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GRAND CRU COF­FEE

SLIGHT in size but big on flavour, this bou­tique cof­fee roaster prides it­self on the sin­gle batches that fea­ture beans from around the world.

CRU ESPRESSO, 184 VIC­TO­RIA RD

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GLADESVILLE PIZZA

TRAVEL the world in eight slices. The shop’s menu is packed with piz­zas named af­ter ci­ties and coun­tries from around the world, in­clud­ing the “Gladesville”.

GOURMET PIZZA PANTRY, 1F COW­ELL ST

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THAI EGGS BENE­DICT

BE it lunch or din­ner, Thai food is al­ways a favourite, but at Blue Chilli they’ve taken those tastes to the breakfast ta­ble with a pe­nang curry sauce over two poached eggs on toasted Turk­ish bread.

BLUE CHILLI, 156 VIC­TO­RIA RD

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