Canberra is a small city and yet its residents manage to have their fair share of cafes. No matter what time of the day it may be, there will always be a coffee shop that serves coffee for breakfast or brunch. Most of the city’s coffee shops have certainly undergone café fitouts in Canberra to become a suburban gem and the people’s favourite.
A proof that people must not judge a café by its size is Barrio Coffee Collective that hums with a stream of customers looking for a coffee fix. The tiny coffee bar oozes with effortless charm while its equally tiny kitchen produces tasty options that are focused on local produce. The menu is short but it is one of the best in town.
Coffee is of course the reason for a visit to Coffee Lab. However, you have to brave the long lines of public servants who are waiting for their morning coffee. It is difficult to grab a seat on the banquette. The quirky seasonal menu includes pumpkin waffles, pulled beef brisket burger and a huge selection of vegan and vegetarian dishes and drinks.
The Cupping Room is a hip, light-filled corner café that boasts of a dedicated coffee menu which changes daily. Customers enjoy multiple blends, single origins, filter coffees and batch brews that are roasted at Fyshwick. Aside from coffee, the menu includes egg and bacon roll, pork belly benedict with kimchi hollandaise and cured salmon with avocado cream and ginger gel. It is difficult to resist a meal in the corner coffee so be prepared to wait for a table during weekends. The best option is to grab a takeaway from a side coffee window.
Shopping centres always have a coffee shop usually at the mall food court. Surprisingly the shops excel in multiple coffee blends with cold brew for the warmer months.
There is something relaxing about the coffee shop that has natural colours that blend with the environment. Your goals and vision can easily be achieved through café fitouts in Canberra that creates the right look through careful planning. A team can provide all the necessary furniture and accessories to turn the café into a popular hangout.