Exchange Place, 3 Sussex Street
Well known for its lively cafe vibe, Wild Sage has brought its modern, creative take on Australian cuisine to The Streets.
Just like its older (but no less fun-loving) sibling in Cammeray, the venue serves up beautiful dishes from sunrise to late afternoon. Kick start your morning with an egg white omelette; dig into a wagyu burger or a marinated lamb and pumpkin salad for an alfresco lunch, and catch up with friends in the evening over house-made ravioli, locally-sourced seafood and a range of share plates. The drinks menu has you covered all day too – think coffee, super smoothies, beers, wines, and classic cocktails (and not necessarily in that order! 😉).
Whether you’re after a quick bite, a takeaway lunch or a more relaxed meal, Wild Sage is the place to go. Say hello to the Wild Sage team located at Exchange Place (near David Jones).
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