Food & Drink

Australia’s Best Cafes

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Posted by: r23

5th Jun 2022 12:04pm

Hi folks,

Share with the community a list of top 3 cafes and the name of city these cafes are located. ☕️ 🍰

Comments 4

jtmorri
  • 23rd Jun 2022 04:16pm

Three, I could have given you five. I like The Little Banksia in Victoria Park, Bib & Tucker North Fremantle, Dome East Fremantle all in Perth. The Little Bansksia is secluded and have a great breakfast, Bib & Tucker is at the ocean and Dome is on top of the water in the river and very relaxing to hear the water movement.

ConnieG
  • 15th Jun 2022 12:20pm

Komodo in Prospect Adelaide. Love this place because of its retro boho vibe

AdelaideM
  • 9th Jun 2022 01:58pm

Hiya!
My favourite cafes are:

1. Hunter Lane, Rosanna, Melbourne
Fabulous breakfasts, great coffee and they almost always have a seat, even on busy Saturdays!

2. Hey Jupiter, just off Rundle Mall, Adelaide
French inspired, and they do a spectacular continental breakfast option, which is pretty much the best breakfast choice! Continental breakfast: Boiled free range egg, toast, croissant, ham, Heidi Tilsit and Bonne Maman jam

3. Anvers chocolate shop, North Tasmania
Omg these breakfasts! Hot chocolates are the best ever, and the fresh croissants with their own handmade chocolate spread is incredible.
All the food is fresh, local Tassie produce, and you can really taste the difference!

ConnieG
  • 15th Jun 2022 12:21pm
Hiya!
My favourite cafes are:

1. Hunter Lane, Rosanna, Melbourne
Fabulous breakfasts, great coffee and they almost always have a seat, even on busy Saturdays!

2. Hey...

Thank you for this as I’m new in Adelaide and love France so I’ll definitely be visiting Jupiter

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