Quest Coffee Roasters

7.010077 reviews


20 James Street, Burleigh Heads, Queensland


(07) 5535 2959

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8 reviews · 3 years ago

Popped in for a quick takeaway flat-white. Small with double ristretto pour. Milk was well-textured, flavour was nothing special but more of a reflection on the blend rather than the barista. Friendly staff served and made my coffee promptly.

1 review · 3 years ago

Have been drinking coffee here for years and it's the most consistent never failed coffee Iv had in town. Strange to read bad reviews when I have never been let down, tastiest beans in town!

39 reviews · 1 follower · 3 years ago

Terrible bitter brew. Felt nauseous first sip. Frightful. Hoping for a great coffee but after $4.00 spent my coffee addict mate looked at me and we both put the cups down could not partake of any more and left. Now I am very wary of the new look trendy "organic" brews that are popping up everywhere. I will just stick to the old favourites.

4 reviews · 3 years ago

Went in to buy some beans as our usual place was closed over Christmas. Ordered a couple of takeaways whilst there and was really disappointed with the weak and overly-milky flat whites. Couldn't finish it. Enjoying the beans at home though.

436 reviews · 568 followers · 3 years ago

Visited here on the way back to Brisbane as I could not find the closing time of another cafe I had planned to visit. The service was friendly and the place is small but has a nice vibe. Unfortunately coffee is roasted darker than I prefer. My long black tasted quite burnt, and friend's flat white was the same. Such a shame as the atmosphere was so good!

299 reviews · 471 followers · 4 years ago

i spy with my little eye some fancy coffee paraphernalia and an empty shop (it is 1530 ) i simply ask for as espresso in a ceramic cup, what i got was amazing coffee, greast discussion about extraction temperatures relevant to age of bean, acidity ( sorry "brightness") and the idea that particulate size of grind and over packing groups can lead to extended extraction times without drawing bitterness from the bean, i do love getting my geek on with like minded and thought challenging baristas, baristas who taste and sample the process all day, who do not just assume their coffee is amazing as it is and push every day to espresso perfection. my peruvian single was just amazing. great round off to a day up in the hills

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