The location of Sticky Fingers has a bit to do with the name, being located around the corner from Police headquaters in Surry Hills. The cafe has a contemporary industrial feel which seems to be rage these days. The cafe has an open kitchen and open floor plan and outdoor seating. Sticky fingers is a licensed venue is currently opened for breakfast as well as lunch and there is talk the restaurant will soon open for dinner.
The staff are relaxed and personable. Billy the barista makes a great coffee using golden cobra and is profficient with latte art which is an added bonus.
We ordered mainly from the breakfast menu was exciting, with bit of south east asian inspiration. The sriracha mac and cheese burger with maple bacon and a poached egg was a hit. A great burger with a chilli kick and maple glazed bacon. A great combination of ingredients.
The truffled eggs with beetroot kimchi on sour dough another great breakfast option. Combing many ingredients that we like beetroot, kimchi, eggs and truffle.
Pete’s pancakes with were put on the menu for a regular Pete who would continually asked for pancakes. A beautifully decorative meal with a small stack topped with fresh fruit, black sesame ice cream and miso caramel.
Speaking of miso caramel: the miso caramel affogato was a revelation. Do order if you visit.
The pandan panacotta was a favourite, a great looking dish with beautiful textures and flavours.
A trendy cafe with great coffee and an innovative menu.