Breakfast At Sydney: Style, Dining and Avocado Inspiration 

I was absolutely thrilled when owner, Jordan N.Boslego, invited me to visit his new Australian inspired restaurant in the Waterplace Condo complex in Downtown Providence. Sydney was designed in homage to the coffee shop culture in Australia ( mostly in Sydney and Melbourne) with its logo evoking the famous Sydney Opera House. According to one of my amazing Australian friends, Mandy Arisa of Sydney, Australia “Yesssss coffee is amazing here” although the always classy Vivian of Melbourne, Australia states “Coffee is more amazing in Melbourne!!!! Cafes everywhere compared to Sydney…I would say it’s best in AU!” According to the girls, independent coffee shops do really well there, with hardly many Starbucks or larger chains taking over.

Boslego has certainly captured the charm of the culture in this brilliant and  delightful yet elegant and modern restaurant. My daughter and I took advantage of Boslego’s invitation by having a breakfast date there last Sunday. We enjoyed every moment of our experience and our meal. 

I absolutely adored the Avocado Toast. It was served with feta, cherry tomatoes and micro greens. I also asked for smoked salmon and a poached egg. It was incredibly perfect. The espresso was divine and the lovely Allie and adorable Michael could not have been more accommodating and pleasant while attending to me and my daughter. 

I happily noticed that Sydney uses so many local establishments for their ingredients. The eggs are from Baffoni’s Poultry Farm, the milk from Guida’s Dairy, and they purchase their honey from Full Bloom Apiary, keeping the businesses here in RI flourishing. 

Angelina enjoyed the ricotta toast. They offer both a savory version ( served on olive bread with fresh herbs) or sweet (served on country Pullman with English preserves and fresh berries). She choose the sweet and was really happy about her selection! 

We both decided we would visit again soon and try out one of their pastries.

I was also interested in coming back for one of their grab and go choices, since I work nearby in the city.

I assured both Allie and Michael I would be back soon and I will let you all know how it goes!

I wore this cute little tunic dress I found at I discovered Journey Five on Instagram over a year ago and purchased many items from the site. The owner is a mom of 5 with a whole lot of style who keeps lots of ladies looking their best no matter how busy they are. Truly, a woman after my own heart. 

My hat and tights are from and the boots were a recent find from They are the INCinternationalconcepts line and I’ve been wearing them nonstop since I got them. 

My necklace is called “Fringe Benefits” and is from the Lulu Avenue Collection.

After visting Sydney and enjoying the awesome avocado dish I decided I would try to incorporate more avocado into my recipes. Not only does it contain heart heathy mono saturated fatty acids, it is loaded with fiber and proven to lower cholesterol and triglycerides levels. Having it prepared so well at Sydney certainly inspired me to take advantage of the healthy benefits. 

I found quite a few ideas I want to try in the next couple of weeks.

Thank you so much for visiting my blog. I hope you found it entertaining and worthwhile. I truly appreciate your time and attention. 

Let me know if you have any favorite avocado recipes, dining suggestions or style ideas of your own. I’d love to hear from you. If you have a suggestion for something you would like to see here or a blog link you would like to share, feel free to drop it in the comment section. 

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Yours truly,



101 thoughts on “Breakfast At Sydney: Style, Dining and Avocado Inspiration 

  1. This little café/coffee shop looks so cute. I have recently given up caffeine so I won’t be having a coffee or tea but their food and pastry look so good. I love avocados, I’m actually eating one right now lol. I appreciate all of your avocado recipe shares, they all look so good but the avocado fries look easiest to make! I’ll try that.

    -Lily from With Love Lily Rose


  2. We have a few Australian cafe’s here in Toronto and It’s amazing. I am not a coffee drinker so I can’t really tell. As for Avocado toast, it’s my addiction. I can’t live a day without eating avocado. I would try the fried avocado and tell you how it is. Is she your daughter? She’s so beautiful like her mother!


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  3. My dearest sister Jenny. I am so happy I finally made it to my favorite website. First of all I was so happy when you told me about this review you were doing. Everything here looks so amazing! I love little cafes like this and I wish I could have gone with you and Angelina. Speaking of my niece, she looks beautiful just like her mother. I’m so happy you included her in this post. From her meal to your meal, I am truly drooling sis. Please when I visit you one day soon, please take me here. Also the staff looks adorable. I just want to hug them, lol.
    Let’s talk about your outfit now. I think this such a pretty look and the perfect look to go to a little cafe like this. The jewelry you chose to wear with this is everything and I love that hat sister. This look along with your beautiful smile just shines so brightly.
    Now those avocado recipes have my stomach growling right now. OMG. I want everything here. Sister, you share the best recipes and give so many great ideas for your readers.
    Thank you sister for always inspiring me and thousands of others. You are truly the best.
    Onto your next post,
    Love your brother, Dom


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