Always loved campus coffee and going to a quaint little cafe that uses proves their passion to a good coffee. Silver spoon has always hit the nail on the head for, it's only until recently it's become slightly inconsistent. From spectacular to scorching bitter granny loving taste, depending on the barrister. But, still better than non-campos cafes. Perhaps an in-house training for all those in charge of whipping up a great coffee is needed.
Similar experience to a couple of other reviewers here, coffee had a very strange, maybe burnt taste, very hard to drink, but after it cooled right down it tasted a lot better bizarrely. Disappointing, as I'd been missing Campos & thought this might be a good local substitute. Alas, it's still a handy place to grab some Campos beans, which, without sounding like the kind of person who thinks they can make a better coffee than any professional and their $18,000 machine, did taste much nicer at home (but not as good as the original Campos of course).
My favourite place to go in Newcastle for campos coffee. Love sitting out in the beautiful courtyard with a book or the paper. Consistently great creamy coffee with strong flavours. I was wondering whether the standard would stay the same since the original owners sold out but I must say I am even more impressed! The new owner is much more friendly and more welcoming which I found was the only draw back originally. Definitely will stay as my number 1 regular!
Unique little place hidden away in the junction. Nice courtyard to relax in and great atmosphere. They serve campos coffee which is the best I've tried in Newcastle. My picollo was smooth and tasty with nice chocolate and caramel undertones. Perfect temperature too. Also tried the single origin Ethiopian yirgacheffe as a piccolo.. Delicious with subtle cherry flavours.
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