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Lifestyle : Focus on Surry Hills and Surrounds special report
1HERSA1 0015 FOOD HOME Sydney's FRESH 9AM - 5PM WEDNESDAY TO SUNDAY AND PUBLIC HOLIDAY MONDAYS PADDYSMARKETS.COM.AU HAYMARKET iG5693969AA-290113 15 goodfood .com .au The Sydney Morning Herald aa The quirky cafes and pop-ups are tucked into the laneways. bb and rosemary is a popular breakfast choice, as are croissants filled with jamon, machego and tomato relish. The cafe also acts as a pick-up point for Hungry Mondays meals (see right). Suzie Q Coffee and Records 1/18 Hutchinson, Surry Hills, 9332 2739 DJ Jordan Deck has opened a cafe and record store catering to local music-lovers. ''Most of what we play is funk, soul and jazz,'' Deck says. Chef Jenny Shaw turns out hearty breakfasts including ''Eggs and Sausage in a Cadillac with Susan Mitchelson'' (chorizo, fried eggs and salsa) or ''The Ghosts of Saturday Night'' breakfast platter. Sundays are ''Slow-Cooked'', with music from 10am. Deck and friends play blues, funk and a little electronica. ''It's a great place to sit and have a glass of wine or a beer in the afternoon, or to listen to tunes over breakfast,'' he says. Baccomatto Osteria 212 Riley Street, Surry Hills, 9215 5140, baccomattoosteria.com.au Restaurateur Mauro Marcucci of Enopizzeria, Neutral Bay, and formerly of restaurants Pizza e Birra and Mille Vini in Crown Street, has opened cafe, restaurant and wine bar Baccomatto Osteria on Riley Street. ''I love the area -- it's exciting to be back in the neighbourhood,'' Marucci says. At lunch, there are panini and slices of pizza to take away. By night, the marble island bar is the centrepiece, and the blackboard menu features specials. Spuntini (eggplant croquettes, whitebait, mozzarella and anchovies) and plates of Pino's Dolce Vita salumi are followed by squid ink gnocchetti with baby calamari, chilli, garlic and basil. Pachamama House Corner of Riley and Goulburn streets, Surry Hills, 9261 8799 Owner Tony Maia and executive chef and co- owner Danny Parrenoco have opened this Latino restaurant. Parrenoco's menu includes Peruvian staples such as ceviche and lamb slow-cooked in the wood oven. Then there are pizzas. ''Locals saw the wood oven and started asking for pizza,'' Maia says. ''So Danny has created a takeaway pizza menu.'' MoVida 50 Holt Street, Surry Hills, 8964 7642 Frank Camorra has opened the long-awaited sister restaurant to his successful Melbourne outposts. The kitchen is headed by chef James Campbell, who has worked with Camorra since MoVida first opened. Plates of great tapas include many grades of jamon and Bull Negra, pork and liver sausage. The best dining in NSW Pop-up and takeaway bliss Happy Mondays . . . chef Omar Andrade (top) of Hungry Mondays. Photos: Sahlan Hayes Naked Indiana 46-54 Foster Street, Surry Hills Chef Rebecca Chippington and partner Frank Meura have opened a pop-up cafe that serves vegetarian and raw-food dishes in this Foster Street shopfront. Breakfast includes bowls of sprouted granola, and lunchtime plates comprise locally sourced organic ingredients, including a salad of cabbage, apple and kohlrabi. The offerings change weekly. Hungry Mondays hungrymondays.com.au for locations across Surry Hills Born in the former El Capo site now occupied by ho.mei, Hungry Mondays is the initiative of chef Omar Andrade. Realising that his kitchen and many of the kitchens of his chef mates were ''dark'' 14 hours a day, Andrade has devised a way to use the kitchen's downtime, putting together a menu of slow- cooked dishes that can be packaged and sold on Monday evenings, the one night of the week many Surry Hills eateries are closed. ''We wanted to offer people really good food to take home,'' he says. The 17-hour slow- cooked pork and veal ragu is a hit with locals, as is the 15-hour chicken and barley braise with leek and potatoes. Now so popular, Hungry Mondays offers pick-ups on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, too, at points across Surry Hills.
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