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Three Williams, Redfern

After countless days of stalking instagram for pictures of Three Williams I finally had the chance to experience the foodporn that is Three Wiliams. This cafe has been on my wishlist since the time I first saw reviews on it from Sydney food bloggers. Me and my friend enter on a Thursday morning with great expectations and an even larger appetite after I get us lost in Redfern. 

Cappuccino- $3.80
A must for me whenever I go to  new cafe is a cappuccino. I love my coffee so much and this is pretty good as well. I especially love the Indian Tribal Chief on my coffee. Not too sure if that's what it is meant to be, but it looks really cool. Everytime I take a sip into my coffee, his beard becomes longer and longer. 

The Merchant- $13.00
The Merchant is a burger filled with bacon, ranch dressing, pickled slaw and on top of all that a spicy egg. The eggs were cooked to perfection and the spice put on top of the egg adds some interesting flavour to the burger. There was a whole lot of bacon in this burger, crispy but not oily, just right. The winner of this dish for me though is the ranch dressing. I don't know what they use or how they make it, but wow, it just ties everything together so nicely. 

Beef Narnie- $15.00
Excuse my non existent photography skills here. I really did not know how to take a photo of this baby, but I sure did know how to eat it. The Narnies are Three Williams specialty and a must have if you ever visit. Me and my friend choose the Beef Narnie as it is highly raved about everywhere. Although it is a bit of a mess to eat, it's the whole fun of it. The shredded beef wrapped inside the Nan Bread is so soft and juicy. Don't worry, it's not all meat (although that really isn't a bad thing) there are some veggies in there to balance the whole dish out. All in all I love this dish and I really want to try the other Narnies they have on offer.

Beer-Battered chips- $7
I was quite disappointed when the waiter told me that they had taken the Fish Croquette off the menu because that was one of the things I was looking forward to most. However, in the absence of the famous fish croquettes, I was enlightened to the existence of beer-battered chips. It was a toss up between their new item and these chips but our waiter makes it easy, highly commending the chips. I could see why she raved about the chips. THEY ARE AMAZING! I love the aioli sauce served with the chips. It balances out the saltiness of the chips perfectly. The chips have a perfect crunch to them and they are served piping hot. 

Crunchy Brioche French Toast- $16
Last but not least we receive our order of the Crunch Brioche French Toast. This was probably the dish I was most looking forward too, since all the photos on instagram make it look so enticing. Does it taste as good as it looks? YEEEEES. The toast is so crunchy on the outside but the inside still reamins soft and light. The yoghurt along with the freshly cut strawberries and bluberries sprinkled on top along with some pecan nuts, makes this dish even better. By the end of it, all I can do is take a breather to allow for all this food to digest, because at this point I was in a food coma. 

Many have praised and raved on about Three Williams and I am no exception to this. I think I have finally found a cafe that I can truly say I love and I would highly recommend this place to anyone wandering around the Redfern area. The staff are super friendly, the ambience is nice and the food is amazing. Not much else you could ask from a restaurant. 

613 Elizabeth St
Redfern, NSW 2016

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  1. I'm so glad you enjoyed my second home. The chips have gotten me through many tough days.

    1. The chips are so amazing! I can't wait till the next time I go three williams.


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