No good for coffee or service. Came here for a light lunch and coffee with my family recently. The woman serving was extremely rude. Inattentive, abrupt, no personality, very eager to move on to other tasks. Poor form and very disheartening, considering my grandparents are regulars. Short black was over-extracted, flat whites were average at best.
Dropping in during a work trip (so based on a single visit), my work colleague and I ordered a long black and decaf flat white. Coffee was average - not terrible, but certainly not rave-worthy. Atmosphere is pretty much non-existent, being located in a shopping centre (unless you're brand loyal to Woolworths, in which case you might appreciate the view...)
The coffee is very good and consistent, but what sets this Cafe apart is the quality of its baked goods, Ian prepares the best Muffins, Scones and Croissants in the street each day. The only downside is the atmosphere, it is a shame the developer of this centre decided to leave it with the unfinished industrial look.
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