This venue, located close to St Peters station, has been the home of a few different businesses in the time we’ve lived in Sydney. I’m not sure how long The End of King has been here but it sure gets good reviews.
I gotta be honest and say that, besides the reviews, we came for the free wifi. Fortunately, food, drinks and service were great.
I had a macchiato for a change, which didn’t disappoint. I also tried Alvaro’s pineapple and mint frappé which was refreshing and not too sweet.
Pineapple and mint frappé ($6)
We ordered a couple of dishes from the specials menu, the chorizo stack (grilled chorizo, Black Forest bacon, scrambled egg with chilli and feta, avocado salsa on toast) and Sal’s Brekkie (sautéed mushrooms with kale, free range poached eggs, goat cheese, almond and hazelnut dukkah, polenta chips & toast). Both normally come with white sourdough and there’s a (small, from memory) fee to swap for gluten-free toast.
Chorizo stack ($17.90)
Both meals were great and very filling. If I had to pick a favourite, I’d go with the chorizo stack just because it was lighter on the carbs.
Sal’s Brekkie ($18.90)
Looking forward to trying more dishes, especially the salads and the coffee frappé.
The End of King Cafe
609-611 King St
Newtown NSW 2042
(02) 8021 3486