Three Williams is one of those cafes that have been high up at the top pretty much since they opened. I recently had the opportunity to give it a go and could see why it’s one of Sydney’s favourites.
They’re well known for their coffee, but I was not very fond of their brew. I had an iced black, a good alternative when there’s no cold drip on offer.
There are also fresh veggie/fruit juices for those looking for a refreshing alternative.
Apple, carrot & ginger juice ($7)
Alvaro and I shared the heirloom tomatoes with two soft poached eggs, jamon and fresh avocado on GF bread (instead of sourdough) with smoked cheese sauce. Nice dish, with a good flavour combination. The sauce wasn’t as strongly flavoured as expected, but not in a bad way.
Heirloom tomatoes ($19)
We also had The Merchant: chilli fried egg, crispy bacon, ranch dressing, pickled slaw on GF bread (instead of a warm brioche bun). Interesting flavours, but again nothing too crazy. Perhaps a bit more exciting on brioche, but very nice nonetheless.
The merchant ($13)
People looking for a more traditional breakfast can choose something like poached eggs on toast plus extra smashed avocado and bacon.
Poached eggs on toast ($11) + smashed avocado ($4) + bacon ($4)