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Three Blue Ducks – Sydney

Oct 2014

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As many of you know, Nick and I have recently returned to Vancouver from a wonderful two weeks home in Sydney. Aside from enjoying the delights of catching up with family and friends, and experiencing Sydney’s gloriously sunny spring days Nick and I also jumped at the opportunity to try out a handful of Sydney eateries.

Regardless of whether they were new discoveries or old favourites, each one reminded me of how diverse and extensive Sydney’s food scene is. So much so I was constantly adding cafes, restaurants, and bars to my Sydney ‘to try list’.

Unfortunately, our time was rather limited in Sydney so we couldn’t visit all of the places we would have liked to, but for the establishments we did manage to get to, boy were they good!

A particular stand out meal was dished up at Three Blue Ducks, a casual eatery located in Sydney’s beach side suburb of Bronte.

We were there for lunch, and I strongly recommend the steak sandwich ($18). The thinly sliced strips of meat were tender and deliciously juicy, the bread lightly toasted, while the red pepper mayo was sweet and tangy. Gourmet and hearty, the Three Blue Duck’s steak sandwich was truly scrumptious. As were the freshly squeezed juices ($7).

Apart from steak sandwiches and fresh juices, Three Blue Ducks also offers a wide range of other fantastic meals, like avocado toast with herb salad and oven roasted tomatoes (definitely opting for this dish on my next visit), pan roasted mulloway, squid ink fettuccine and a whole lot more.

With such a delicious menu, it should come as no surprise that Three Blue Ducks has become an incredibly popular hangout with locals for breakfast, brunch and coffee, as well as a sort-after dining destination in the evenings.

Three Blue Ducks may offer a casual cafe setting by day, however, by night, it turns into a smart casual dinner spot, where the menu is a little more sophisticated and tables book out weeks in advance.

Yet, no matter what time of day it is, patrons are guaranteed top quality food made from fresh, local and chemical free produce. The team at Three Blue Ducks are committed to using only organic ingredients wherever possible. They even grow some of their own vegetables and herbs in the restaurants veggie patch out the back, which is complete with roaming chooks.

While the restaurant’s great tasting food is a huge reason for people coming back time and time again, it is not the only one. The restaurants laid back atmosphere is also a big draw. Friendly staff, mural painted walls, a hanging garden and an open kitchen not only add to the Three Blue Duck’s overall character and charm but make the restaurant an inviting and warm space.

With lovely surroundings, fresh quality ingredients, innovative meals, vegetarian options, and great coffee, Three Blue Ducks should be high on every Sydneysiders list of restaurants to visit.

Posted by Jess Fleming

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