Had breakfast here with two Cappuccinos each. Really easy to drink with no bitterness and a really nice flavour. I had two sliders which I really recommend. Filled me up and at $13.90 including a cappuccino I felt it was great value. I would definitely have this again. Yummo. My wife had the bacon eggs Benedict and it was a big meal being actually two servings. She enjoyed this as well. It's in the Top Ryde shopping centre so ambiance isn't what you would call cosy and quiet but I'd recommend it if you're looking for a nice coffee or breakfast whilst here.
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MickTee reviewed Tinto Espresso Bar
Best location for breakfast in Toronto but I can't recommend anything else about this cafe. I had a bacon and egg roll which was ok but the bacon was overcooked and the eggs were slightly undercooked with the white being clear. My wife had the Tinto breakfast which consisted of scrambled eggs with ham, fetta and spinach. It was just a mush of those ingredients on an open roll (similar to the roll on on my b&e. We had cappuccinos which had been spilt into the saucer and we're very watery. It was one of the worst tasting capps I've had in a long time. Tried to drink it but couldn't. We've eaten in various Toronto cafes but this has been the worst experience. This might seem a bit nitpickish but the expectation and price was fairly high.
MickTee reviewed SENS Coffee Co
Nice little cafe adjacent to the new Southport Meriton apartments. My wife had a salmon salad which she said was really delicious. My blt was tasty as well. The staff were very friendly and the meal was served quickly. Cappuccino was spot on (campos beans)
MickTee reviewed Our Daily Bread
We've stopped here a few times whilst travelling and have enjoyed the food Angus coffee each time. Got a bit of bill shock today being charged $17.05 for two small cappuccinos and a muffin. Apparently there's a ,10% surcharge on Sundays... Service was good and friendly and muffin and coffee was very nice.
MickTee reviewed Malt & Honey
Great friendly service... We were welcomed into the place by a happy young fella which was a great start. Coffee was exactly as we liked. We like cappuccino and these were strong enough, hot enough and quick enough! Wife had mushrooms and I had the fruit nut bread.. Very nice and a good find in SWR. The view of the ocean wasn't too bad either.
MickTee reviewed Evolve Espresso Bar
I've given this place a high score as it met out coffee needs very well. It's a specialty coffee place and whilst we're not coffee snobs, we do enjoy a good cappuccino. The coffee was smooth and tasty. Could've been a tad hotter but that's how capps are served. The ambience was nice especially considering it was located in a shopping centre carpark. Lastly the friendly smiling staff made us want to come back. One of the best places we've been for coffee.
MickTee reviewed Cafe Albero
Located ground floor level of Top Ryde shopping centre. I\'ve had a couple of coffees here which have been pretty good. My wife likes Chai Lattes and was quite impressed with hers. Ambiance just okay but worthwhile if you want a reasonable coffee or Chai
Worth noting that Watermark is attached to the boat shed. We go to watermark regularly and find the coffee quite good. In fact I just had one of the most delicious Capps I've had for a long while. Speaking of 'long whiles' that's what it takes to get your order. It has never been quick here but of you're happy to wait then that may be the only disappointment. You can't beat the location by the way.
Jagged a park right out front which was a good start. Service was good and quick. Coffee was to my liking. The usual bitterness from Campos but not overly so. Didn't have any food but they did have lots on the menu. I'll go back for sure.
MickTee reviewed La Royale Patisserie
So... I stood at the counter where I was ignored by a young girl who seemed to be working on her own. This lasted a couple of minutes then a man came from out back, ignored me and said "seventeen". Someone, who had walked in after me stepped forward with ticket 17 and was served. My stupid fault for not noticing this archaic system, however this put me at the back of the queue which was now five or six people long. I walked out but couldn't find another coffee shop so begrudgingly went back and grabbed a ticket. My number was now 38 but the board had not changed from 17. I then noticed the two staff saying, "who was next" and completely ignoring the ticket system! Anyway, I eventually got my coffee which was okay. I noticed they had a very good selection of cakes and other goodies which seemed very reasonably priced. I was made to feel invisible which I didn't appreciate. This made the experience here less pleasurable than it could have been. Hopefully they'll get rid of the ticket machine.
MickTee reviewed R.M. Williams Tea And Coffee
Being local to Chatswood my wife and I tried most places looking for a drinkable coffee. We saw R M Williams and decided to try it and now it's our favorite 'shopping centre' coffee place. After about six visits I can report that the consistency has been good. Each coffee has been deliciously smooth and not at all bitter. We drink Cappuccinos btw. They charge $1 for a babycino which is a bit stiff but they will give you a tick on the loyalty card for it. The service has been by young people who have a friendly attitude towards the customer. The atmosphere is better than on the moon..just. What can you expect though. It's located inside a shopping centre after all.