Ashton Rigg The city's love affair with the now not-so-humble burger continues, with new places opening at cracking place. Here are the standouts.
Gemima Cody Moor's Head spin-off brings Middle Eastern brunch and pizza to Hepburn Springs.
Jacqui Taffel A former banker takes a leap of faith to cook the food he loves.
sunny brunch spot
Matt Holden If you want to get your healthy brunch groove on, and don't mind a crowd, Sardi is your venue.
Dani Valent This former auto workshop brings excellent coffee and delicious food to a neighbourhood in need.
Lenny Ann Low A revamped mechanic's workshop on Sydney's north shore keeps customers' motors running.
Terry Durack Tim Ho Wan is worth a visit for the curiosity factor and the undeniable freshness of the food - but does it live up to the hype?
Myffy Rigby If you like your Thai soup on the volcanic side of hot then this joint in Chinatown is for you.
Matt Holden Neighbourhood Chinese gets a reboot at this cloud-like cafe.
Dani Valent Artisan pizza deprivation was evidently a big issue around these parts.
Natascha Mirosch This modest eatery lets the food stand solo in the spotlight and sing.
Natascha Mirosch There's a lot to like about Julius.
Natasha Rudra Pulled pork, barbecue, nachos and burgers are all staples at this pub on the Kingston Foreshore.
Bryan Martin Courgette shines on as a sanctuary for those who wish to bask in the glow of purposeful, artistic food, wine and ambience.
If you are tired of the same old cafe breakfast, the Turkish variety may add a little colour back into your weekend brunches. (03:57)