When you visit a new city and you research where to get an excellent coffee you are terribly disappointed when you get something mediocre for your efforts. My flat white was just lukewarm milk and was thrown away. I expect these guys are typically better than that but they seemed distracted by the challenge of another customer wanting to take away some macaroons. On to the next one.
Reviews of Please Say Please
Staff were lovely... had a burnt coffee (espresso) though :( the coffee my friend had was better though. Also not the kind of place to sit and chill given the bus noises from the stop out the front. Probably good for sweeping through in the morning though. Better than most in radelaide...
I came here several weeks ago and wrote a positive review - that still stands to an extent. On Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays I love to come by for my morning coffee before work. There's a lady who I assume is the owner and a young girl with glasses who are both sweet and friendly, and make lovely coffee. On Thursdays and Fridays I skip last this shop because of their new hire. Every coffee I have had from her has taken several minutes to make, she's not friendly at all, bordering on rude. My coffee always tastes awful when made by her and previously when I've been in I've heard her make derogatory comments under her breath about customers ordering dairy milk coffees, which I find very unprofessional and off putting, and she also had very poor knowledge of the coffee compared to the other two employees. All in all, I feel that the new hire has been a poor choice and lowers the standard of the shop incredibly, and this was a shop I used to think had the best coffee and best standards in Adelaide. Go early in the week if you want a great coffee and beautiful service, but avoid later in the week unless you want to wait around for an unsatisfactory brew.