Quite busy this Sunday morning with both Father’s Day celebration family groups and adjacent Salisbury Monthly Markets. While service was a little slow the espresso (Byron Roasters) was well flavoured with a hint of natural sweetness. A little hot on arrival, but no bitterness. There were a number of home-bake goodies available- the palmier was crisp and many layered with just a little sweetness- ideal accompaniment for the coffee.
I'm really disappointed in how Apples has changed. I haven't been for years because it is no longer open on my days off with the kids. I used to love going for a coffee and a play in the park. The coffee is ordinary and the food is good but slow coming. I get the impression the new owners are not as integral to the Salisbury community as the old owners. Its a real shame because this cafe was the first in bringing a little cafe culture to the burbs. They are really going to have to lift their game to compete with the new cafes in town
this is some pretty bad coffee. i gave them a lot of second chances because they're close but their long blacks are borderline undrinkable. the decor is nice but badly in need of a revamp. staff are a little on the curt side. the food is really good, but unfortunately we're on beanhunter so..
Sadly this used to be our favorite place. But unfortunately since it has changed hands, the coffee hasn't been up to scratch. It's often a little burnt and inconsistent. I've given this place a try repeatedly to see if it was just once, but sadly I'm disappointed. :-( I'm really hoping they will perfect their coffee and then I'll be back for sure!
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