Top Cafes of 2016 - Blue Mountains

We’ve run the numbers! Here are the best cafes of 2016 in Blue Mountains, voted by real coffee lovers.

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#1

Anonymous

Blackheath

Best cafe Anonymous in blue-mountains for 2016

OK for a Campos coffee. My flat white didn't come out with my favourite flavour. Pokey & crowded inside at a holiday time. Cakes & slices looked good.

Amazing coffee, dark asthenosphere inside. Perfect warm feels for a cold rainy day siping coffee. Fresh muffins with exploding muffin lids :)

A bit disappointing. My strong cap was weak and lacked flavour. Dirty chai for my partner was $8 for some reason. Stressy, grumpy service didn’t help either. Would give it another shot but didn’t hit the mark on this visit.

Best cafe Thunderbird in blue-mountains for 2016

Solid coffee and service, definitely worth it!

#3

Cassiopeia

Katoomba

Best cafe Cassiopeia in blue-mountains for 2016

Service was great, but the coffee was even better!

Fairly tight shot for the Columbian espresso had some interesting acidity but was predominantly pretty bitter. FW was none-too-bad. Have had this place recommended by those who know so will try again.

Great coffee. Not a lot in the way of food options except for banana bread/cake etc.

Best cafe The Elephant Bean in blue-mountains for 2016

Solid coffee in a pleasant shop with great service

Nice place but coffee was weaker than expected

#5

2773

Glenbrook

Best cafe 2773  in blue-mountains for 2016

They have really done great job to give a fantastic atmosphere in all climates Food is excellent with lots of options And the coffee match’s the best in the area

This place is amazing if you haven’t been there before, I strongly suggest . This place sets the bar for all other cafes, I love a dirty chai and I could smell it being made outside the cafe always smooth and creamy. Always order one with my meal and a take away on the way out.

#6

DBL Ristretto

Springwood

Best cafe DBL Ristretto in blue-mountains for 2016

Best cafe The Red Door Cafe in blue-mountains for 2016

Heavy smell of cooking in the cafe which wasn’t good for those just wanting coffee. Flat White was lacking in any significant coffee flavour. It was just like warm milky water. Service was friendly and effective.

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