Time Out says
A hip coffee shop in central Camberwell.
This light, airy little box of a coffee shop is more spartan than other objectively ‘hip’ spots – there’s still a dog with a scarf, art students in ill-fitting trousers and snazzy café merchandise on the walls – but it’s extremely well appointed. The coffee is excellent, the menu of own-brand daily brews listed on a blackboard (espresso on our visit is a Latamba from DR Congo). A San Fernando filter, smooth and satisfying with a few berry and herbal notes, is served in a Hario brew jug – an arch nod to the process but promising nonetheless. Food spans standards like pimpable avo toast, sourdough with interesting jams (grapefruit anyone?) and some very fine cakes, including an astounding peanut butter and jam blondie. I’ve had a lot of good things in my mouth, but this was up there with the best of ‘em.
36 Camberwell Church St
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