The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - - INSIDER -

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.


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