INTERNATIONAL DESTINATION

"We asked ourselves to be really honest, like “last meal” honest, about the food we live and fly for, and we canvased our trusted network of writers, chefs, and restaurateurs for the dishes they can’t stop dreaming about thereafter. Below, find the full list of international restaurants we'd plan a trip to visit, even if it meant flying 17 hours to get there."

Conde Nast Traveller

 

EAT UP:

THE BEST BREAKFASTS IN SYDNEY

"Get your brekkie here."

Conde Nast Traveller

 

the Heart of a seaside cafe

"It may have been named for their daughter, but Ruby’s Diner is everyone’s sweetheart."

time out sydney

 

 

Good food Guide

"The sunny, streetside Waverley home of the full-bodied $2.50 piccolo (co-owner Ed Devlin refuses to charge piccolo-lovers more, in solidarity), Ruby's offers everything from Single O beans as filter and "chillter'' (served over ice), to buttery Bulletproof coffee enriched with whey protein, and maca-milk turmeric lattes. It's the same story with the food, which can take you from a raw breakfast salad of kale, broccoli almonds and feta to the famed Ruby's beef burger in a flash."

Good Food Guide 2017

Good Food Guide 2016

Good Food Guide 2015

 

EAST WINNER: RUBY'S DINER, WAVERLEY

"There’s a paleo edge to many of the dishes at this quite brilliant diner-style cafe marooned on a suburban stretch of Bronte Rd. Go for health-packed soul foods like a superfoods muffin, taken, naturally, with a glass of kombucha (poured on tap). Or for something more substantial, there’s coconut quinoa bircher, “rainbow salad eggs” or grass-fed beef bone broth with poached egg. Don’t be deterred if you’re not buying into the caveman eating scene, because mainstream tastes are also catered for."

The Daily Telegraph

 

THE DEFINITIVE GUIDE

"The raw breakfast salad from Ruby’s Diner in Waverly is life."

The Urban List