Tucked away in one of the quieter corners of Surry Hills, is Suzie Q. It's a cafe at the same time a shop that sells vinyl records. It's got a super chill vibe, some vintage or what people have coined hipster these days. The staff was ultra friendly, but not to the point that you'd feel awkward though- they're accommodating. It's such a great place to just hangout and have an ultra long conversation with someone you haven't seen in a while.
See the records on sale?
I love those vintage touches here and there too!
|Eggs and Sausages in a Cadillac with Susan Mitchelson- $15|
arepa- melted cheese, chorizo, fried eggs, and salsa
|Je Regrette Everything- $14|
bread, pulled pork, spiced cabbage salad,
roasted garlic and dill aioli
Out of the two dishes, this was the better one. There's a side of baked sweet potato and potato fries. It comes with this fantastic tomato-barbecue dipping sauce. The pulled pork was succulent, and it was really pulling apart. I wish they had the brioche bun though, it would make things so much better.
|Ginger Brulee Tart- $5|
No trip to Surry Hills would be complete without a trip to Bourke Street Bakery. These really are, in my opinion, one of the best things that Surry Hills has to offer. They've got a slightly caramelised sugar top, but a smooth ginger-tinted custard inside. It's heavenly.
1/18 Hutchison St.
Mon- Fri: 7am- 4pm
Sat & Sun: 8am- 4pm