Underwhelmed would be the word. Nice enough place on the inside, but the atmosphere is lacking as your tucked down a grubby closed in shopping arcade, but what really matters in the coffee... and that's where I was disappointed. Ordered a piccolo, but might as well have asked for a cup of warm milk. It's actually almost impressive how devoid of any trace of coffee flavour was present. It feels as though beanhunter has lost its point. Once upon a time it was about subjective customer reviewing. Now it's just an outlet for peoples creative writing (as can be read in the previous) or nondescript reviews that throw around 10/10 just for fun. Not to say you shouldn't try this place out, and maybe I just got a 1 in 100 rubbish coffee, but there are far better places in Brisbane than this.
Seemingly hesitant, I approached the arcade, walking past a Thai Restaurant, my expectations were dim. As I stepped through the doorway, smiles and plants greeted me. It felt warm. It felt comfortable. Indulging on a filter coffee, with Seven Seeds roast, the rich aroma captivated my mind. I was alert. I had clarity. Accompanying my appetite, I was served their American toastie. Delighted by the sweet caramelised onion, the toasted sandwich impressed. I frolicked down the arcade, longing for the next time. Josie North, I will return.
These guys are amazing, they are super knowledgeable and pretty funny . I haven't had such a good long black in Brisbane in sooooo long the barista whom wears glasses is a ledge, I'll now go out of my way to get a good coffee from these guys. P.s Their cheese and pickle toasties are delish.
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