|Bread and Butter, 89 Parraween Street, Cremorne|
It is small, only a few seats inside and two tables outside, but therefor very warm and cosy. They buy their coffee from a boutique roaster named Barrel One, which is pretty strong, but that's the way I like it :-). You can even chose your own brew method (cold drip, pour over, aero press or chemex…). For lunch I ordered an organic fruit toast with ricotta, fresh figs and a winter ginger sauce, really really outstanding! The rest of their menu consists out of fresh breads, muffins, all kinds of eggs, bruschetta, wraps and delicious salads.
The coffee and furniture shop are run by a mother and her son and daughter. They are currently very busy as they will soon open a wine bar next door as well! As if that's not enough, coming Friday they will open the doors of a pop-up store, upstairs, with designer clothes and art. I will definitely check this out (and grab another coffee at the bar as well…)!
|Warehouse Four Ten, 392 Military Road, Cremorne|