Three Williams, Redfern

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SYDNEY | Three Williams Redfern is a cafe located in a former industrial space, named after William Redfern, William Chippendale and William Hutchinson, three influential “Williams” from this part of Sydney’s history. Full of concrete and exposed pipes, the semi basement space is surprisingly spacious, with a range of seating located around the venue, with the main coffee bar and pastry counter serving as the centrepiece.

The menu is an all day affair and features a tasty selection of seasonal breakfast and lunch options, along with some very enticing pastries and doughnuts. One of the most popular items on the menu is the Crunchy Brioche French Toast, which is encrusted with cornflakes then pan fried. It’s served with a range of ingredients, depending on what’s fresh and seasonal. We’re big fans of the current version which uses apple cream cheese, pickled apple, house made vanilla bean ice-cream, almond, cinnamon and coconut crumb and fairy floss (with the option of maple bacon of course). On the savoury front, try the saffon and chilli angel hair pasta with clams, crab, saffron and anchovy garlic butter, pangritata, bacon crumb and parsley.

The smoothies here are tasty too, and eschew the freakshake trend for a focus on flavour and balance – something we applaud. The coconut yoghurt lassi with dates, pistachio, rosewater and cardamom is fantastic, and reminds us of the time we visited Iran. In fact, a few of the items on the menu have ingredients and flavours that we recognise from the restaurants we visited in Iran. Coffee comes courtesy of Single Origin Coffee Roasters and if it’s something alcoholic you’re after, there’s a focused selection of wine and beer on offer too.

Three Williams is a favourite of ours, and the inventive menu always has something new to surprise us. The staff are always friendly, and it’s a place where everyone is welcome – there are even high chairs and a little section for kids to play in if you want to bring the family and young ones.

Three Williams

613a Elizabeth Street
Redfern
New South Wales 2016
Australia

Telephone: (02) 9698 1111
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: http://threewilliamscafe.com/

Open
Mon – Sun: 7:00am to 4:00pm

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