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Tigerbakers

Address: 292 Victoria St Darlinghurst NSW 2010
Phone: 0424 984 651
Email: jerome@tigerbakers.com

Tags: breakfast, english, european, art, fully licensed

A decade after its birth, Tigerbakers still stands tall, along with its classic comforting food, interior lined with references from pop arts to art decors and anything in between, and Chesterfield lounges. The terrifically consistent coffee and the diverse soundtrack of the boss create the ambiance of a charming mystery, complimenting the eccentrics of the whole Victoria Street.

The food here, specifically the breakfast, is well known. The jumbo breakfast of egg, sausage, tomato, bacon, hash brown, bacon and toast paired with a nice hot cup of good coffee will fill you up for a big day up ahead, but if you’re on a special diet, the menu is filled with light yet fulfilling dishes, like sandwiches, burgers, and salads, all that goodness served every day. The drinks here are also perfect with their menu, from the sparkling Katnook Chardonnay Pinot Brut (SA) to the sweet Skulls Grenache ’07 (SA), with most selection imported from Spain, France, and etc.

With all these, no wonder functions would be to die for. Canape and wine selections are at the disposal of the planners. Canapes like quiche with tomato salsa, spicy and vegetarian, are great for functions. But you have to settle first the minimum fee for the whole room to be used, which has a max of 60 people, which includes your own private chefs and serving staff.

A gem among all, Tigerbakers, along with its tables of stenciled wood, a diverse range of patrons, a charisma of a relaxing inclusiveness, and a philosophy of simplicity at its best from food to pricing, will remain as everything in the neighborhood changes. Plus free Wi-Fi.

What more can you ask?

Under the reflected glare of the iconic Kings Cross Coke sign, nestled amongst the hip boutiques of Darlinghurst, lays a little secret that locals like to keep close to their chest. It’s a home away from home for the diverse and colourful local community. It’s the chesterfield lounges, the comfort food, the always great coffee, the pop art which lines the walls, the boss’s eclectic soundtrack – it’s all of these things, plus a certain mysterious charm that has kept Tigerbakers nicely ticking along for nearly ten years.

The constantly-evolving interior which pulls references from art deco, to pop art and much in between. With the unique vibe created by the eccentricity of its design, so too the eccentrics of the neighbourhood followed.

Part of Tigerbakers charm is the broad cross spectrum of people that make Tigerbakers part of their everyday routine. To sit at one of the wooden tables (stenciled with portraits of the family-like staff by a local artist) and observe the parade of customers gives a true indication of the natural diversity which makes Darlinghurst such a special inner city neighbourhood.



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