Neatly tucked away in the industrial estate that is Township Drive, this place has quite a nice wooden decor. I like red, however, the red plastic chairs do seem a bit out of place, as do the particular tables used. The drink was served to me fairly quickly (another reviewer mentioned it being slow even in a quite time, my experience was the opposite). The price is about the average that I have come to expect ($3.80 for my piccolo) so that's a good thing. I think being hidden away may make it a bit quieter which is good for the customer, not sure how business goes though. Either way, not a bad drop.
Have now visited several times over many months and despite being tucked in the back of an industrial estate, this place provides service and coffee well beyond anything that has ever emerged from a tilt panel before. The coffee has been evolving here and after several permutations that have been very good they have hit the jackpot with a PNG single that is rich, bold, complex and well balance with some fruity acidity to boot. Worth a visit just to lay eyes on the most visually stunning dark creme you are likely to ever see!
Heard great things about this joint - didn't disappoint, I drove 45km's and the coffee (skinny fw honey) was brilliant. I would go as far as saying it makes my top 5 ever coffee experiences, plenty of parking, food looks healthy and fresh with the ease if access via highway perfect for anybody driving past..
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