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  • 8.3

    AeroObsessive reviewed Lonsdale Street Roasters 7 8 reviews  ·  1 month ago

    Consistently good coffee and nice food. Favourites are the raisin toast and "Baby Elvis"...it tastes far better than it sounds.

  • 8.8

    aaron.green3 reviewed Tranquilo Espresso 1 review  ·  1 month ago

    Great new little coffee place. Serving the popular Campos Coffee and doing it justice also! Good job guys.

  • 7.0

    Angela7 reviewed Elk and Pea 94 reviews  ·  1 month ago

    I was a little unsure whether to give E&P a go in terms of coffee but after a brief discussion with one of the staff members, she informed me that bean was from a local roaster, Red Brick (a relatively new roaster in Canberra, and my first exposure) and a special blend was made for the E&P folks.. I must admit I was pleasantly surprised, subtle fruity flavor, only let down was it was near cold (on both coffees - skinny and full).. The brekky was lovely, generous portions and quick to come out.. Staff were good but could probably be a little more attentive.. Overall pretty good experience..

Top Cafes in Braddon

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2. Elk and Pea
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4. Eightysix
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5. Jamossa
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6. Autolyse
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7. Cornucopia Bakery
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Recent Reviews

  • 8.3

    AeroObsessive reviewed Lonsdale Street Roasters 7 8 reviews  ·  1 month ago

    Consistently good coffee and nice food. Favourites are the raisin toast and "Baby Elvis"...it tastes far better than it sounds.

  • 8.8

    aaron.green3 reviewed Tranquilo Espresso 1 review  ·  1 month ago

    Great new little coffee place. Serving the popular Campos Coffee and doing it justice also! Good job guys.

  • 7.0

    Angela7 reviewed Elk and Pea 94 reviews  ·  1 month ago

    I was a little unsure whether to give E&P a go in terms of coffee but after a brief discussion with one of the staff members, she informed me that bean was from a local roaster, Red Brick (a relatively new roaster in Canberra, and my first exposure) and a special blend was made for the E&P folks.. I must admit I was pleasantly surprised, subtle fruity flavor, only let down was it was near cold (on both coffees - skinny and full).. The brekky was lovely, generous portions and quick to come out.. Staff were good but could probably be a little more attentive.. Overall pretty good experience..

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