New cool kid on the block Robocog is busting out some seriously slick brunch grub for us Sydneysiders. Although bursting at the seams at 10.30 on a Sunday, the cafe have mastered the art of creating atmosphere without over-filling the venue; the 20 seats are spread languishly around the cottage-esque surroundings.
Coffees and teas come promptly and do not disappoint: the coffees blend is delicious and the tea is served beautifully. The menu is almost too broad, we take at least 15 minutes to get our ordered straight however the staff are gracious so we don’t feel rushed.
Although tempted by the Breakfast Trifle (berries, yoghurt, granola and honey) we all go for savoury dishes. A Breakfast Burrito and Robo Corn & Bacon Breakie for our friends and a Breakfast Veggie Burrito and Smoked Salmon Baked Eggs for the lady and I.
The food was faultless, even to our four brunch-wise palates, Robocog is a definite star amongst the galaxy of cafes in Surry hills.
The venue is, of course, dog friendly – this is Surry Hills after all – so bring the pooch when you go check your spokes at Robocog.