In the hours before midday, most cafes abide the rule of well-mannered music with banjos and bongos. It’s a confident few that attempt to break it - Ruben Hills is certainly one of them.
With a garage like set up, trendy wait staff and a queue of 30; serving baked eggs with hip hop is not as crazy as you may think.
Albeit small, the menu is pretty drooly and boasts a slightly South American flair. You can even pick the nationality of your coffee beans from a selection of hot spots in Central America.
Our only request from Reuben Hills, is that they open up their second floor. A pokey bar by night? More seats for the hungry hoards tapping their feet on the footpath by day?
Find out more at reubenhills.com.au or head straight to 61 Albion St, Surry Hills.
Photo found at sydneyonsunday.com.
This article was written by Samantha Chalker from Saving For Cuba.