Primo Coffee. 256 Chapel Road Sth, Bankstown. I’d driven past this place any number of times in search of Vietnamese cuisine, and its confused use of an apostrophe, and the face that it looks like a franchise store made me want to explore. It sufficiently piqued my curiosity that I was prepared to overlook the […]
Think café, milsons point. Primo coffee. I’ve often walked past this galley-style cafe: kitchen down one wall, seating down the other side. There’s art on the walls, and classical music playing (though the noise of coffee-making drowns it out some of the time). Coffee is very hot, and though it starts out a little worrying, […]
Vivo café, wynyard Primo coffee. 388 george st, sydney. Much more cheery in atmosphere than you’d think possible from a café with no access to the sun. Friendly, helpful staff who remember regular customers by name and by order. It even has a wi-fi hotspot. Coffee takes a while, and if you drink it quickly […]
The refined grind café, Carlton Primo caffe coffee. 43 Carlton Pde Carlton, 2218. Situated in what was once the ghost town part of Carlton, but now seems to be growing again. Modern Australian in its décor, a coupld of outdoor plang break up the more sterile marble tiles and wooden furniture. Its food is not […]
Barzura café, coogee Primo coffee. 62 Carr St, Coogee. Overlooking the beach, and with Aeroguard on the tables, there’s something particularly Aussie about this place. Seating for probably 60 inside, and another 20-30 outside with a mix of sun and shade. Staff are friendly and helpful, and the water is brought out un-summoned, always a […]
Mad greek café, north sydney Primo Caffe coffee. Still getting used to being open, this is a crowded space, but prices are fairly low for North Sydney. Lots of menu options, friendly staff. Unusually for North Sydney, reminiscent of fish-caf in Newtown, there’s a lot of garlic strung from the roof. Brasilia espresso machine. Coffee […]
Café maison, neutral bay Primo coffee. Lots of concrete, and using the outdoor furniture for indoors and outdoors. Friendly staff, happy to make a lunch recommendation. Coffee is above average, nothing award winning, but exactly what you’d expect to look at the place. Reasonably priced, considering the location.
Maldini’s caffe, strathfield Primo coffee. Part café, part gelato bar, this is an outpost of strathfield plaza, and the most inviting of the cafes in its surrounds. A mix of ages are breaking fast here, or stopping for a coffee and a chat. Coffee arrives promptly: the latte is all head, and comes with a […]