Taken from Natalie D’s post in the Australian’s in NYC Facebook group.

If you would like to see them on a map, click here to go to our full list and map of Australian goodies.

Little Collins on Lexington Ave between 55th and 56th. By far the best I’ve had, Australia included” – Paloma

“All the best cafes in NYC are Aussie owned! Bluestone Lane, Toby’s Estate, Ruby’s, Sweatshop, Laughing Man, Two Hands, Cafe Grumpy, Little Collins… there are a few good non-Aussie ones too – Devocion, Blue Bottle Coffee, La Colombe, Joe and the Juice, Joe Coffee Ninth St Espresso, FIKA, Birch Coffee, Irving Farm, Intelligentsia…” – Diane

Flinders Lane” – Donna

Laughing Man Cafe TRIBECA” – Lou

Can’t go past Ruby’s on Mulberry st! Best food in NYC too” – Sally

“For coffee: Everyman Espresso, Happy Bones, Little Collins. For food: De Maria, Dudleys, L’estudio” – Stephanie

Abraço on 7th st for coffee. Up there with the best.” – Christopher

The Grey Dog in the Village and Union Square” – Angela

Carthage must be destroyed in Williamsburg, on both counts…It’s fantastic, a spin off of Bread & Circus in Sydney. Food is delicious and best flat white I’ve had in NY.” – Kari

Hole in the Wall on Cliff St in Fidi” – Chris

Zucker Bakery, Elsewhere Espresso, Ninth Street Espresso and Gasoline Alley.” – Troy

The Elk on Charles Street” – Lauren

“Coffee: Taylor St Baristas in Midtown” – Katherine

“Went to Pi Bakerie in Tribeca yesterday. Delicious Greek pastries and biscuits (not the American type) with Devocion coffee.” – Chris

Three seats espresso in East Village is the best coffee I’ve had here” – Kate

Voyager Espresso in FiDi” – Sam

Blank Slate kitchen and coffee!” – Campbell

forfive coffee 46th st btw 6th / 7th ave” – Kate

The Black Fox in FiDi” – Stephen

“For coffee: Bluestone Lane (particularly the Dumbo location), Two Hands, Five Leaves

Wattle Cafe (near Cnr 33rd and 3rd Ave)” – Chiara

The butchers daughter in soho. Get the sandwiches, they are by far the standout of my whole trip… food wise haha not sure on coffee…” – Zac

Saltwater Coffee just opened up in the east village. Coffee is good and they have milo as well!” – Ninad

Seven Point Espresso in Brooklyn! Great food and coffee, esp if you miss real iced coffee/chocolates” – Kerry

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  2. Kat

    really? no one said Perk Kafe??

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