Sydney Places to Eat: Bread & Circus Wholefoods Canteen Review

A sunny winter morning brings me to Alexandria to this cosy warehouse that houses Bread & Circus amongst others. I checked their menu online before reaching there just to have an idea of what was on offer. Apparently they have a daily menu that is uploaded on their website. I spotted a generous amount of organic and biodynamic in it.

On reaching I was a bit stunned with the charming vibe of this place. Cosy. Airy. Sunny. Vibrant. I could stay here all day, my heart said. My mind agreed.

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What we ate + What we drank

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Latte. Nice. Love the pink crockery.

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Sandwich box – Poached organic Inglewood chicken w/Dijon-chive biodynamic yogurt.

So good. I can certainly go back for this one.

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We asked for the Daily Smoothie. On the day we went, they had Banana and Berries as their Smoothie of the Day. Seriously, so so good. We took a Large.

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Parmesan not-so-scrambled eggs. Biodynamic eggs w/bullet chili [or] real truffle oil, under shaved parmesan w/avocado, baby spinach, fresh herbs and sourdough.

We opted for the truffle oil. Lovely flavour and nicely cooked eggs.

Bread & Circus Wholefoods Canteen, Alexandria | Sydney

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Friendly Service. Healthy and interesting menu constituting seasonal, organic and biodynamic items. Lots of choice.

Definitely worth revisiting.

Bread & Circus : 21 Fountain Street Alexandria | Sydney

PA xx