sydney breakfast: baffi & mo…
Posted in food, pia's photos, sydney January 19th, 2010 by pia


On Saturday I met the lovely Lee Tran Lam for breakfast at Baffi & Mo on Redfern St. Lee Tran had recommended it some time ago (for those who don’t know, Lee Tran writes a fabulous food blog called the unbearable lightness of being hungry) and she knew from my blog that I love a decent breakfast and  a good, real chai so she was eager for me to try this place out once back in Sydney.

I chose the ricotta hotcakes with fresh figs and honey. It was superb, and as for the chai? It was perfect.

Thank you Lee Tran! It was wonderful finally meeting you, I hope we get to do this again sometime.


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  1. Maia says

    Ah, you’re back in beautiful Australia! What a lovely spot for a breakfast of (nectar of the gods, I’m convinced!) figs and honey!

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  2. josephine says

    mmm, fresh figs and honey… that should be your next book: pia’s guide to awesome breakfast places around the world. i think there are enough people who enjoy having breakfast throughout the day, right?

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  3. ibabe says

    Breakfast in sun…what more can in the middle of winter can wish!

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  4. kaylovesvintage says

    no I feel like putting on my summer dress

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  5. Slices of Beauty says

    Lovely how everything seems laid-back!
    Happy new year Pia.

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  6. Danielle says

    If you’re a chai lover you should check out Cinque on King St in Newtown. It is delish!

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  7. kathi says

    *sigh* what a lovely place.

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  8. kirstin says

    it’s the best breakfast in sydney. I’m going there on saturday.
    yum! Glad you enjoyed.

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  9. Lee Tran says

    Hi Pia,
    It was indeed ultra-lovely to have met up for breakfast and to hear all your great stories & to be in such excellent company! And I’m so glad the chai passed the test, as I know are so chai-savvy and a pot has to be quality to make your morning.
    Thank you for this lovely post, it was super-kind of you to think me post-worthy. I wrote up a mention, too, here!
    Looking forward to another pot of chai in the future & hope your trip has been a lovely one.

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  10. Mel @ Taybian says

    Looks GORGEOUS! Yum yum, am looking forward to dropping in when I’m in Syd in Feb!

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  11. michi says

    hmmmm I’m going to sacrifice 6000 calories to try the pancakes now

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  12. Christina Diaz says

    I LOVE this photo! Sounds delicious too….:)

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  13. simply grove says

    Looks absolutely lovely!

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  14. Leanne T says

    and today was such a perfect day in lovely Sydney town! looks like a great cafe, i’ll have it give it a try sometime soon.

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  15. Wendy says

    Looks like a wonderful place to eat, thank you for the gorgeous inspiring blog:)

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  16. lynne says

    more loveliness!
    happy 2010 pia!

    January 21st, 2010 | #

  17. suzy says

    Oh, I just spotted this place last week – it’s across the road from where my brother works. I’m glad to know it’s as good as it looks, I’ll visit soon.

    January 21st, 2010 | #

  18. ana patricia says

    ahh sunshine and summer weather! you always have lovely photos 🙂

    January 21st, 2010 | #

  19. Courtney says

    The photo alone made me want to visit, and then I read what you ate! Sounds heavenly.

    January 22nd, 2010 | #

  20. rebekka says

    Wow…that photo…is very special. I can’t stop looking at it! Evokes so much…
    Ricotta hotcakes? MMMMMM!!!!

    January 26th, 2010 | #

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