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

Great coffee (skinny flat white). Nice atmosphere in two rooms. Awesome service. Rueben was nice (and made up for the SFW!)

#3

Cassiopeia

Katoomba

Best cafe Cassiopeia in blue-mountains for 2016

Consistently good coffee. Have been here a few times and they do not disappoint.

Great coffee, made with love. I went back a few times while in Katoomba for a few days. Had small flat white but backed it up with a piccolo latte as well. Staff friendly and helpful.

Thick crema’ed espresso had an initial bitterness that sweetened on cooling to become an appley shot Kenyan batch to-go was mildly fruity

Best cafe The Elephant Bean in blue-mountains for 2016

Friendly staff, quick service. Tasty coffee. Tight if you want to eat in but space to sit outside is a bonus.

Been here several times over the years. Consistently good coffee. It’s small but you can rely on the coffee here and that’s the most important thing for us. Muffins are good too, and not too big

#5

2773

Glenbrook

Best cafe 2773  in blue-mountains for 2016

Excellent cafe. Great menu for all sorts of meals and snacks. Great fresh roasted coffee. Heaps of seating but the cafe is incredibly popular and can get very busy. They have a great system of taking names when busy and you then walk around the village and they’ll call when they have a table. Open almost all public holidays as well

#6

DBL Ristretto

Springwood

Best cafe DBL Ristretto in blue-mountains for 2016

Started going more often when I’m In Springwood. Lovely coffee, great range of food and healthy options. Also increasingly sustainable with community compost and grinds buckets. Lovely place to stop.

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