FROM little things big things grow. Starting off as a small cafe in the northern beaches COOH brought its wholesome food philosophy of “honest food, full of flavour” across the bridge to the inner-city suburb of Alexandria. Taking up residence in a large sundrenched space, COOH’s reputation for delicious yet nutritious drinks, snacks and meals lured in curious Sydneysiders who quickly took to the menu, particularly the breakfast offerings including the renowned buckwheat coconut and berry pancake. A true fan of the sweet sensation, avid runner and COOH regular Courtney Dougherty appreciates the generous topping of fresh seasonal fruit. The bigger space has also allowed them to expand their hours to include a dinner service which, consistent with COOH’s sustainable approach to food, features an impressive selection of dishes sourced from local and NSW producers including the Junee lamb back strap, slow-cooked free-range beef cheeks and field mushroom risotto, along with a gin cocktail from nearby Archie Rose distillery or a beer from Newtown’s own brewers, Young Henrys.
90-96 BOURKE RD