service and atmosphere ok however coffee was not good. milk was stretched ok but crema was brackish.
Cafe is well set up and served very decent food. Coffee is ok for country town serving river roasters beans. Not great espresso but not bad either. Little milky and over extracted.
Travelling for work and thought I'd try Singleton's highest rated cafe. Coffee was okay, a bit bitter, nothing special. What really got me though was the price. $5 each for a double riz and a small long black. $5 each. And $11 for avo on toast. It wasn't even fancy, just unseasoned avocado on bread. Considering the sizeable buzz I had afterwards, pretty sure the coffees were made on double espressos, not the ristrettos I asked for, which they assured me they could pour. Next trip I'll drive on to Muswellbrook.
I came in and ordered a take away latte, service was fine and the atmosphere was good. However the coffee wasn’t great and the size vs cost wasn’t worth it
Good cappuccino and piccolo. Using Peaberry beans. Atmosphere and staff a little quirky. Only bad thing is set up. You have to order at the rear of the store, then walk back to the front to pay and then walk back to the rear to pick up order. 😩
A hidden gem. Great coffee, friendly service in a quirky environment. A great option when you need a pit stop
I just love this quirky, shabby chic little cafe nestled at the rear of a second hand shop in Stapleton. The coffee was delicious, served at just the right temperature for a chilly Winter’s morning and the staff were attentive and prompt. I highly recommend it for anyone passing through town seeking a comfortable place to break the journey with a great coffee.
Not good. tastes like McDonald's coffee. served in a t/away cup even though we dined in. way too hot.
coffee bitter, poached eggs were hard, service was good and quick. Place was busy but disappointing just the same.
Coffee was a bit weak and I’m still waiting for my take away toastie after 30min