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Best New Cafes in Sydney 2024

From specialised delis to bakeries and brews, these are the best new cafes in Sydney.

Oh Boy Cafe

Few things in life surpass the simple pleasure of discovering a delicious new cafe brimming with tasty morsels. We're here to keep you in the loop. Sydney has already been blessed with a swathe of new openings so far in 2024, in the form of restaurants and bars, and the cafe scene is no different. 

Whether you're lolling around at brunch, on the way for a quick mid-work bite or after somewhere to celebrate, these are the spots to hit. 

Best New Cafes in Sydney: April 2024



Sydney's favourite Japanese-inspired slow-living homewares store, Provider, has just teamed up with Artificer Coffee in the collaboration of dreams. Serving coffee in deliciously decadent ceramic mugs, you can enjoy a slow sip whilst your browse top-tier homewares and watch the team in the candle lab pour Provider Store signature candles. 

7-9 Flinders Street, Surry Hills



The newest kid on the Manly cafe block is Noon, brought to you by the Good Good Company - the same folk behind Manly faves Chica Bonita, Sunset Sabi and Busta. With a simple yet chic fit-out and a prime sunlit corner just a block back from the Beach Noon is fuelling locals and visitors alike with classic coffees, iced matches or a shaken tahini latte. For food think elevated B&Es with house barbecue sauce, scrambled eggs with black lime za’atar crisp, sourdough and cultured butter or Rosti with cured ocean trout, fennel and herb salad, lemon myrtle, crème fraiche.

Shop 1/18 Raglan St, Manly 

Best New Cafes in Sydney: January 2024


Fresh, handmade bread, deli meats and cheese - Salumerie is slinging the holy trifecta and we can't think of anywhere we'd rather be come lunchtime. Shop deli bits and pieces to-go or settle in for a freshly made sandwich and coffee. Our picks are the Napoli (prosciutto di parma, rocket, stracciatella, shaved parmesan, olive oil EVOO) and vodka polpette (polpette in vodka ragu sauce, buffalo ricotta, rocket, saved parmesan, eggplant a fungheto). 

Hang tight for nights at Salumerie coming soon! 

Sitchu Tip: Get there early to secure the goods - you're not the only salami lover in town! 

40 Llankelly Place, Potts Point 

Best New Cafes in Sydney: December 2023

Marani Deli (Image Credit: Dexter Kim) 

Marani Deli 

How does a deli specialising in local, Italian, French and Georgian cheese, charcuterie and provisions sound? For us, it's heaven. 

Founded by Alex Grenouiller (ex-Cafe Paci, Penny's Cheese Shop), Marani Deli is a homage to Alex's childhood spent in Lyon, France, as well as his partner's Sicilian heritage. Family and meals shared are the inspiration behind the provisions store where anyone and everyone are welcome. Baguettes, panni's and deli snacks are available for lunching whilst locally made artisan works are also available to shop in-store. A lunchtime destination for sure! 

7-8, 80 Wilson Street, Newtown

Best New Cafes in Sydney: October 2023


Kosta's Roseberry 

Spreading the Kosta's love even further throughout Sydney, these good people have just opened an outpost in the back streets of Roseberry. What's Kosta's about? The simple and delicious joy of a good sandwich - the two-hander, bursting with top-notch fillings kind. The menu shifts regularly but you can expect panko crumbed shnitty sandwiches, Super Deli sandwiches and poached chicken and slaw beauties. 

38 Dunning Avenue, Roseberry 

Best New Cafes in Sydney: September 2023

Fabbrica Bread Shop

Fabbrica Bread Shop 

If there is anyone we trust with our daily bread it's going to be our favourite pasta store. Fabbrica Bread Shop is the newest kid on Sydney's bakery scene but they're already killing it. Score hot coffee, flaky croissants, pain au chocolat, focaccia and metre-long pizza alongside their ever-popular pasta packs. They are also slinging one-off bakes from fairy bread croissant pudding brûléed, topped with maple syrup and sprinkles, to white chocolate and almond frangipane scrolls. Get in early as they're only open until they sell out - and they sure do! 

733 Darling Street, Rozelle 

Oh Boy Cafe

Just in time for spring, Sydney's iconic Andrew Boy Charlton Pool has revamped their poolside cafe and it is looking schmick! 

Overlooking Woolloomooloo Bay, Oh Boy is the ideal spot to while away your springtime weekends. Along with a menu revamp, Oh Boy have introduced a new bottomless brunch offering that is available Friday to Sunday. 

Best of all, for the first time ever, you'll be able to order dishes straight to your sun lounger. Who needs Hawaii?! The incredibly chic interiors help the vibes along, too.

You can expect to dine on breaky classics, and heftier lunch options - think Angus Steak Sandwich and Spaghetti & Cuttlefish Ragu, alongside salads, poke bowls and cheeseburgers. 

1C Mrs Macquaries Road, Sydney 

Managed to check all the best new cafes in Sydney off your list and still want more? Be sure to take a peek at our edit of the best croissants in Sydney and the best casual restaurants in the CBD

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