Scrumptious Pastries at Sloppy Tee’s Café
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By: Alana Whitting, ellaslist explorer
You’ll find Sloppy Tee’s seconds from the sand at Collaroy Beach and just a short stroll from a beachfront playground. But the best reason to stop by isn’t just the great location, it’s their amazing slow cooked rolls and burgers to grab on the go, breaky and brunch options and our family’s favourite – the artisan pastries and baked goods, which are all baked daily in house.
Breakfast and Brunch by the Beach
Sloppy Tee’s offers a fresh take on breakfast and brunch. The scrambos – free range scrambled egg pockets filled with your choice of additional filling (bacon, mushroom, chorizo and corned beef hash) are fun for everyone. They offer a modern twist on bircher, granola, waffles and pancakes. And the corned beef hash, wood smoked salmon, grilled chorizo and corn fritters all offer little surprises you wouldn’t usually expect at breakfast or brunch (like garden peas and baby beets) but which work perfectly in each dish.
Eating Slow on the Go
Slow roasted marinated meats are the speciality at Sloppy Tee’s and come served as rolls, bowls or
burgers. They are a must try with the house hand cut chilli cheese fries – enough for everyone to
share. Partner them with a freshly prepared juice, smoothie or super cheeky milkshake with flavours like Grandma’s Apple Pie, Blueberry Cheesecake, Peanut butter and Jelly and Reese’s shake which is super popular with kids and adults too!!
Pastries to Please
The pièce de résistance for us at Sloppy Tee’s are the pastries and baked treats. Muffins, cruffins, tarts, cookies and slices are just some of the delectable goodies you’ll find which differ each day. They are all freshly baked and you’ll find it hard to walk away with just one item from the selection.
- Bruce Bartlett Reserve is a fantastic, fully fenced playground just a short walk away from the café.
- Everything is made onsite daily.
- You can eat in or take away.
- Organic, fair-trade coffee sourced by Toby’s Estate.
In A Nutshell
What makes the café kid friendly: a location close to both the beach and a great playground, plus delicious kids sized treats.
Atmosphere: cool and contemporary.
The food: “slow food fast”
Value for money: great value for money.
Special features and fun bits: there is always something special on the menu that’s not to be missed too.
Who is the café best suited for: everyone will find something they love at Sloppy Tee’s.
What we loved: we love the cruffins, our favourite is filled with Nutella and topped with Maltesers
What you need to know
Opening times: Sunday to Thursday 7am – 4pm and Friday and Saturday 7am – 9pm
Phone: 9971 6054
Address: 1058 Pittwater Road Collaroy 2097
More info here.
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