Circa also known as the only hipster Cafe outside of the inner west of Sydney. It’s just 2 minutes walk from the Parramatta Station however limited seating does limit the number of customers unless you are ok with a street table. If you do bring your sunnies and sun-block, it’s in direct sunlight.

Poached free range eggs with crumbed eggplant, garlic labne, burnt chilli & sage served with a sourdough seeded baguette

Quite a unique take on eggs. Poached eggs were slightly overcooked, meaning less yolk porn that there should have been. I’m just a fan of fried eggplant, it brought back memories of that street food back home. However, overall was a well balanced dish, although will not fill you up, very small portion indeed.


Probably one of the best bacon and egg roll I’ve ever had. The bacon strips were flash fried to a soft texture. The x factor was those crispy bacon bits bringing texture, flavour and saltiness to the roll. The rest of the ingredients were faultless.

French toast with poached rhubarb, brulee banana, mascarpone yoghurt, cinnamon and spiced honey syrup

This French toast is quite the opposite to the norm of a square toast topped with ingredients instead the presentation is very refined and not drowning the toast with the garnish. I’m sure the chef made sure that each piece of fruit had a matching piece of toast. That precision is reflected in the cooking as the toast is lightly fried, the inside is still fluffy and could have been served by itself.


Very professional service, waitors take the orders without writing, constantly scanning the room to refill water, clear plates and update customer on food status. The menu had some quite unique dishes along with foodie cafe favourites. However I would only sit inside, not a fan of their outdoor seating. A local favourite for westies however not worth traveling for but you should check them out if you fancy their menu.

Would I go again?


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