We came across Bruschetteria 102 on a quiet Saturday morning.
This little cafe is a cosy and lovely place with vintage furniture and photos on the walls. The moment we entered the space, we were welcomed by a friendly Italian host. He sat us down and presented a small menu of bruschetta (as the name well suggests), pasta and their specialty coffee drinks.
We ordered the Nutella coffee which had a nice and not overly sweet taste.
The bacon and eggs bruschetta was a simple and honest dish served on on a rustic serving board. The bread was well toasted, bacon was crispy and eggs were soft.
This place offers something distinctive from all the other cafes in the hood, and was a fun brunch experience!
Address. 102 Albion Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010