Montea’s at the goldsburough, pyrmont Voodoo espresso. More of a sandwich shop or corner store than a café, there’s a choice of indoor or outdoor seating. A good range of sandwich fillings are on offer, along with a generous wedge of banana bread for the sweet tooth. Coffee – there’s no decaf – is passable, […]
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The coffee dealer, circular quay Vittoria coffee. Don’t let the signage fool you, they’re selling vittoria, not café aurora at this hive of coffee activity. Despite its size, it has six staff: three just on coffee, and they’re doing a roaring trade. Coffee – a decaf latte – is ready in a flash, and it’s […]
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Crema Espresso Bar, Port Macquarie Peak Espresso. Seated in the base of Rydges Port Macquarie, there’s a great view over the water, and a cool breeze drifting across the outdoor seating. The large coffees are delivered with a mini almond bread, and are smooth, and easy drinking. A great spot to watch the world go […]
Goldenbean66, sydney Morgan’s handcrafted coffee. Situated in the Sydney Masonic Centre, there’s a lot of natural light, since there are 18 foot high ceilings with glass walls. Staff are friendly and courteous, and there’s a huge range of breakfast choices. Coffee is good; despite an overly thick head, it’s a sweet, complex flavour, with a […]
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