Just as we know that the sun always rises in the east, that Friday is the best day of the week and breakfast is the most important meal of the day – we also know that there are more-than-you-can-count cafes in Surry Hills. White Taro knew exactly this when they set up shop in Surry Hills but are taking on the competition head strong.
Maria, her sister Chantel and her team at White Taro pride themselves on serving up a fusion of Western, East Asian and Vietnamese dishes which really, unsurprisingly, works unbelievably well.
Visiting for breakfast, it is evident that White Taro KNOW EXACTLY WHAT THEY ARE DOING, and this feast highlights how Western, East Asian and Vietnamese, matched with thought and years of experience can be successfully fused.
White Taro’s deconstructed banh mi pairing traditional Vietnamese flavours of crackling pork with a spicy kim chi twist
Smash ’em veggies: perfectly runny eggs with surprises of crispy kale garnished delicately with fresh watercress and lotus root chips
Salmon fillet with black bun: crispy salmon with tangy chutney and goji berries – a delightful upgrade from the bacon and egg roll we’re all familiar with
In a suburb that is brimming with renowned cafes on every street corner, White Taro is doing a mighty fine job showcasing how wonderful cafe fare can be when you pair a commitment of authentic flavours, a daring menu and a whole lot of family love into one.
67 Albion Street,
Surry Hills, NSW 2010
Contributed by Katrina Nguyen-Thai, who dined as a guest on behalf of 2 Hungry Guys