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Friday, 29 March 2013

KAFE KAZ - SYDNEY CBD

Kafe Kaz
385 - 391 Pitt St
Sydney CBD

Kafe Kaz is basically on the corner of Pitt and Liverpool Streets in the CBD. It's one on many cafes in the area that gets plenty of nearby corporate trade during the week and then the city shoppers on the weekends.

Big signs annoy many people but they certainly get your attention. Kafe Kaz offers a full cooked breakfast and coffee for $10 and its available all day. We were in the area for brunch and this certainly seemed appealing to me. The eggs were nicely done, the toast thick and well buttered, the tomato was ok and the bacon was decent. For $10.00 it was good value for the area.


Mlady had the muesli with fresh fruit and yoghurt - mango on this occasion.

It was very impressive for both quantity, quality and taste.

This was the small serving and was only $5.50 and it came with a generous amount of muesli at the bottom, covered in plenty of chunky fresh fruit and a giant scoop of fresh yoghurt on top.

You'd want to be pretty hungry to order the larger serving!

The coffee was pretty good too.
Kafe Kaz is a decent place for decent food at decent prices. It's not flashy but it is simple and effective.

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