Reviews

Sydney Morning Herald:

Urbanspoon New South Wales:

“I’ve only tried the coffee and croissant with jam, but what a croissant! The location is away from the busy streets and really relaxed, can’t wait to return!”

“I found Esther’s Table last week by accident. I found the service to be quick, food was fabulous and coffee was to die for. I love the spot… staff were friendly and the atmosphere was very relaxing. I will be back… “

“Esther’s pleased big time. Great coffee – most important. Good breakfast range and service friendly. Prices user friendly. Can recommend. “

“Great relaxing location. The coffee is excellent. Have only tried the breakfast menu – the corn fritters are tasty and the eggs Florentine are to die for. The staff are super friendly and laid back. A real local gem.”

Menu Feast:

“I love this place! I had the best BLT with a delicious FW and read the paper in the sun. What a lovely way to start my holiday week! I think they use a homemade caramelised onion relish with the BLT…. just superb!!”

“At long last the wonderful new owner of this charming cafe in sunny Annandale has got it right! Food, atmosphere (historical), coffee – is just perfect. Great for children and adults alike. Well done Rose!”

“Esther’s Table is a really nice and relaxing place. The staff are nice and friendly. I’m only starting to work my way through the menu, but got kinda stuck on the eggs florentine – they’re so good I keep ordering them. And now to the coffee – there’s a line out the door for takeaway which says it all!”

Hey Bambini:

“For a stylish breakfast or brunch l would highly recommend visiting Ester’s Table, try the homemade granola, it was divine and the little bubba enjoyed snacking on the fresh fruit it came served with. It’s a must visit in my book.”     For full reveiew please click here

Your Restaurants:

“The food front is where Esther’s strikes out on its own, so expect a more traditional cafe menu here with a bit more diversity. Sydney seems to have finally shaken its obsession with Middle Eastern-style breakfast nooks and Esther’s has mercifully obliged, offering a menu of croissants, granola and the usual eggs on toast variations. Countertop pastries are the final feather in the cap, luring in unsuspecting brunchers who come inside to fix up what they think is the total for their bill.”     For full reveiew please click here

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