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This is a tiny place with only a few tables, so it is definitely more a grab and go scenario. Although they are very busy they do get through the orders very quickly. They made a decent cup of coffee and the mini cookie with...More
You can tell how good a cafe is by the line up in the morning and this place is the hive of activity. This is a small, but traditional Italian style cafe and Chris the Manager has everything running like clock-work and knows his customers...More
Had a late lunch and coffee at doppio, and we weren’t disappointed. Kitchen was closed at that hour, but they still had a good variety of toasted sandwiches, with the company of great coffee.
Service was fast and friendly as well!
I just do not understand some of the rave reviews for this cafe. I guess all is in comparison and individual taste and experience. I was met with unhappy waitress, average coffee, and an infamous credit card surcharge. Do not recommend.
The Halloumi brioche is delicious.. Only wish it was bigger. Coffee was really good and most importantly they are consistent.
Excellent customer service. I've been a regular here for years. Only thing to look out for is there is a surcharge if paying by card.....More
I went to this cafe on a Saturday because I've had the coffee here before and it is usually very good. On this day I had had a coffee already that morning and my keep cup was dirty. I normally rinse my keep cup before...More
This is a fantastic little cafe in Pitt St with great service, great coffee and great food at really great prices. Not many tables inside but wasn't an issue for me when calling on for breakfast, there was always space. Food is fast and fresh.
Just opposite the Meriton Suites at 329 Pitt St, this place open early, serves great coffee. I had my usual poached eggs and grilled tomato, the other chaps added bacon and kept going well after I left for the office. Clean place and very friendly...More
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