The coffee wasn't bad. They use Campos. The best coffee in the vicinity, a step above TAMP espresso and Labancz. The service was quick and cheerful for 9am. Coffee came out quick. The place has a very eclectic feel. A smattering of chairs, tables and benches at the front. The back of the cafe has been stripped and looks as though it is part way through being renovated. Inside feels very open thanks to the big windows facing Darling & Hancock Streets.
What I found really endearing about this cafe was the fact that it's a genuine family business, mom and pop were there making the food and the Campos coffee was made well by their daughter (?). Worth checking out if you're keen on avoiding the main strip of Rozelle.
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