Located in a drafty arcade laneway in the middle of the city, this really is a hole-in-the-wall.
Wedged into what feels like might have once been a store room, this quaint little nook serves Supreme coffee, fresh cakes and hot cheesy toasties ... always with friendly service. The coffee is rich, smooth and served in mismatched crockery with gold leaf trim that makes you feel like you're at a tea party or your nanna's.
To stay and sip, you may sit on a low wooden stool in the alley, or prop yourself up in the display cabinet. Alternatively, you can queue at the hatch for take-away.
It's one of the most effectively designed spaces you'll find, using its tight space as a strength rather than a weakness, and its dark-wood interior with Japanese wallpaper makes it rather charming too.
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