Cafe Giulia’s menu is massive, but there’s only one breakfast that you’d Benjamin Button yourself over, and it’s the rhubarb and yoghurt (or mascarpone) waffles. Wikipedia tells me that even properly cooked rhubarb is slightly toxic in extremely high quantities, notably because it features the word barb in it which if affiliated with a sting ray can also be toxic. So before the nanny state arrives in 2012 get in as many of Giulia’s waffles as you can without dying. (Coffee is from The Coffee Roaster who manage to own www.coffee.com.au and also roast coffee.)
This is an experimental rhubarb on pancakes they custom made me once:
92 Abercrombie Street, Chippendale. Closes 5pm.