Honestly I would rather a coffee club coffee and I hate coffee club coffee. After a fifteen minute wait on an espresso, with only one person and two coffee's ahead of me, I was very disappointed to have a burnt and bitter shot. I have heard great things about campos coffee but I wish this wasn't the first time I had tried it.
Coffee was just ok. Atmosphere was bearable. Service was horrible. We had been waiting for our order for 35 minutes when we realized that someone who ordered after us got their meal. We asked about our order and they had forgotten us, simply saying 'we will make it now; without a proper apology. We asked for a refund and they said rudely 'we did say sorry' and gave us money back and offered us our crepe. We had already waited too long and were not satisfied with their rude attitude. We won't go back again anyway.
Wow!!! That's terrific coffee (sml flat white) a delicious hit of caffeine, outstanding aroma, delicious flavor, perfect temperature, magnificent consistency on all occasions! My favorite coffee haunt around this neck of the woods!!! Top marks! The food and service are excellent, too!
My long black was pretty good the first time I visited; good temperature, great crema, flavour was tight. My wife's cappucino was also great, perfectly textured milk, flavour was great, a smidge on the strong side for her, but otherwise really nice - we got all excited because Campos had come to Sandgate, traditionally a desert for coffee drinkers. I refuse to buy coffee if there's no time to sit, and I can't do takeaway cups, although my wife does. She has taken three more coffees from the Little Crepe Factory, and sadly each one has lacked in volume; milk is turned into foam, producing essentially a short black with bubble-bath on top. The Crepes are awesome, with a really interesting selection of flavours on offer. Decor is a bit - annoying - melamine trays probably not the best choice for eating off, especially considering the way the footpath and hardstand around the cafe has been graded; the seating and tables are on harsh angles, with the inevitable table-wobble this produces. Generally I found the cafe experience here a challenge and I don't plan on eating here again because of this. The site is not right for footpath dining; it does overlook the town centre and memorial park, although difficult to appreciate given the terrain. Service is generally quite poor; the owner does not make eye contact and comes across quite arrogant; Other employees are friendly and helpful. If stabilising your plate on your lap is not an issue, and/or you plan to sit and have a coffee [ not take-away ], then I recommend the Little Crepe Factory.
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