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53b Forbes Street, , Tasmania

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12 Reviews

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1 review · 5 years ago

My rating is based on long term patronage of Playfish when it was owned by Quentin, however it has just been taken over by new management and we had our first coffee today. It was very good. Not sure about the food changes yet and there seemed to be an entirely new staff which is a pity as the food prepared and sold there previously was fantastic! We will go back.

6 reviews · 5 years ago

Very friendly barista. Food was good . The long blacks were excellent. It was all good the last time we were over from the mainland too.

1 review · 5 years ago

Been enjoying great coffee here for a long period. The food cooked on the premises is from local produce and great. The barrister has a great personality and makes a great coffee. Best coffee in Devonport by far.

6 reviews · 6 years ago

Tried their coffee several times, but whereas it seems to be enjoyed by many it's not for me, the milk tasted burnt. Food is really nice however and the service is top notch.

5 reviews · 6 years ago

I'm a local, and have found my coffee :-) Thanks Quentin - awesome brew, mood-altering substance... This is a place not to miss for a little time out - food is wonderful too, authentic, healthy options and great flavours.

1 review · 6 years ago

Yum food, good good coffee and super pumped staff!! Hyped barista makes for a fun time! Have a veggie wrap and a soy chai if that's how you roll! But a latte is always lovely, says my Mum. Thanks always Playfish! nb. Mariana's spinach and ricotta pide, amahzballs!

17 reviews · 7 years ago

A quirky little cafe out of the main hustle n bustle of town. Very pleasant atmosphere but I was slightly disappointed with my coffee. The milk was boiled, way too hot which spoiled the lovely Di Bella flavor. I would give it one more try based on the ambience alone.

2 reviews · 7 years ago

This is a hidden treasure, easy to drive past without realising... We found it and decided to get a takeaway as the cafe was full, the owner suggested we sit out the back and promptly arrived with beautifully extracted coffees. Personality, good coffee and an atmosphere that is more than welcoming. Well worth the stop if you are in the area.....

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