Coffee Supreme Brookvale
Kiwi roaster Coffee Supreme was one of the earliest speciality roasters to set up shop in Melbourne. But its Brookvale cafe and roastery, opened in 2022, is the company’s first bricks-and-mortar space in New South Wales.
Taking over the location from Super Okay, a cafe by Bo Hinzack (ex-Rollers Bakehouse) that opened a year prior, Coffee Supreme’s Sydney flagship offers a rotating selection of single-origin cold brews and espressos, as well as milk coffees made with the brand’s fruity, balanced Five Star Day blend.
To eat, there’s a combination of classics and Brookvale originals. You might order the breakfast burrito, served with house-made barbeque sauce and quesillo (an Oaxacan cheese that has a similar texture to mozzarella). There are also toasties – bolognaise or ham and Gruyere perhaps – and plenty of familiar breakfast options: salmon bagels, bacon-and-egg rolls, smashed avocado on toast and more.
The space is bright and has the partially finished charm of many warehouse conversions. The polished cement floor and plywood joinery and seating are sleek and streamlined, while the vaulted roof is rough. The whole space is framed with frangipani trees and living walls of ferns.
Coffee Supreme doesn’t just have a following for its brews – it also has one for its merch. At the front of the store, you can pick up branded mugs, limited-edition T-shirt collaborations, market bags and striped red-and-white barista socks. There are also bags of beans and premium coffee-making equipment on sale so you can take the Coffee Supreme experience home with you.
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