No kettlin’ for second best

Food

(photo credit: http://www.kettleandtin.com.au)

Hidden away in a tiny house on Given Terrace, Kettle & Tin is one of Paddington’s best breakfast spots. This repurposed Queenslander boasts oodles of personality, chill vibes, great coffee, and even better service. We took a seat inside in a bid to escape the heat and struggled to choose just one dish from the expansive menu.

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This menu really does have something for everyone; oatless bircher for the healthy breakfaster, kassler bacon for the big breakfaster, and banh xeo (Vietnamese crepe) for the adventurous breakfaster. Now I am a pancake lover living in a time of growing waffle popularity, so I was over the moon at the sight of blueberry pancakes. Sarah ordered the avo on toast with poached eggs and we continued our trend of ordering an extra meal, opting for the kassler bacon (which might even be better than kaiserfleisch). We went with ice-lattes instead of our regular coffee orders and just managed to squeeze in a peanut butter milkshake.

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With so many options the prices are pretty varied, starting at $8 and going all the way up to $22 for a meal. It is definitely possible to get a coffee and a great feed for less than $20 but if you’ve got the hunger and the dosh to match this is the place to really go for it and live out all your extravagant breakfast dreams.
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With great food and even better service, Kettle & Tin is your next favourite breakfast spot and can be found at 215 Given Terrace, Paddington. They are open 7 days a week with breakfast being served all day.

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