Lovely little shop! Was super busy and buzzing. The coffee was one of the better coffees I have had in Tasmania. The milk was beautifully textured though the coffee was a little on the weaker side but still very smooth. Certainly recommend it if you are looking for a decent coffee in Bicheno.
I was really looking forward to this place, but unfortunately the customer service was ‘meh’. I feel that if someone has sought out your place and travelled there specifically, you would take notice of that. The exact opposite happened and it was very disappointing. I was left feeling silly for taking time out of my day, not to mention money spent. I want to like this place, but I don’t. Coffee was mediocre and pastry decent, but I can find other places who will have my business.
This cafe had only been open a week when we visited in late November 2017. Gustavo had previously worked as a chef at Saffire, a very high end resort on the Freycinet Peninsula. The coffee was outstanding, one of the best cappuccinos I have ever had. The hosts, Gustavo and Eve, were extremely friendly and chatty. We didn’t have pastries, but pastry chef was Gustavo’s last job at Saffire, so I would expect them to be excellent. An absolute gem - it is not easy to find - a mixed business also selling clothing, but seek it out!
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