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Recent Reviews

  • 9.8

    greenbuttons13 reviewed Slater St. Bench 3 reviews  ·  34 minutes ago

    The coffee here is incredible. I feel like I'm watching magic happen when you see these guys behind the machine. Even though it's not really on my way to work, it's worth jumping off the tram, getting a coffee and then getting back on a tram to the city.

  • 8.0

    neil reviewed Kinfolk 75 reviews  ·  1 hour ago

    A cafe based on sustainability, no waste, fair prices through the supply chain, and sharing profits with needy producers, youth charities etc. Coffee by Di Bella (!ugh!) although also offering a single origin by Badlands roasters - today ex-Brazil - very pleasing double espresso, fruity and mellow. Food menu is a bit restricted, small portions, tending to be over-priced, but good quality and for a good cause!!

  • 7.5

    SteveMac reviewed Frank and Ginger 9 reviews  ·  5 hours ago

    Bright and fresh cafe with a fantastic outdoor area. Coffee is quite good, consistent and flat whites with some great milk work. Breakfast bagel is great, just need a sharper knife to be able to cut through it.

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Recent Reviews

  • 9.8

    greenbuttons13 reviewed Slater St. Bench 3 reviews  ·  34 minutes ago

    The coffee here is incredible. I feel like I'm watching magic happen when you see these guys behind the machine. Even though it's not really on my way to work, it's worth jumping off the tram, getting a coffee and then getting back on a tram to the city.

  • 8.0

    neil reviewed Kinfolk 75 reviews  ·  1 hour ago

    A cafe based on sustainability, no waste, fair prices through the supply chain, and sharing profits with needy producers, youth charities etc. Coffee by Di Bella (!ugh!) although also offering a single origin by Badlands roasters - today ex-Brazil - very pleasing double espresso, fruity and mellow. Food menu is a bit restricted, small portions, tending to be over-priced, but good quality and for a good cause!!

  • 7.5

    SteveMac reviewed Frank and Ginger 9 reviews  ·  5 hours ago

    Bright and fresh cafe with a fantastic outdoor area. Coffee is quite good, consistent and flat whites with some great milk work. Breakfast bagel is great, just need a sharper knife to be able to cut through it.

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