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November 29, 2017

Bare Witness – Cafe Review

Do yourself a favour and check out this new #nicespace located across the bay from the Sydney Olympic precinct. Barista & Cupping champion Franki Shi and John Suh have teamed up to launch this outstanding full service cafe as a destination that coffee and food lovers will travel long distances for. The cafe is well staffed and seat up to comfortably set over 100 patrons.

The espresso bar is equipped with some serious fire power with a Slayer and San Remo Opera sitting proudly on the bench. To compliment the Tulip Shi espressos and milk based coffees there is a number of origins for the filter thrill seekers via various brewing methods.

Back of house is a commercial kitchen which could be equally placed in a fine dining restaurant. Bare Witness take their food very seriously to compliment the premium coffee offering. Whether you are looking to eat healthy or be a little naughty there is something for everyone… so many choices.

For breakfast try the Truffled Mushrooms or the Red Devil Chai Pudding… yes quite gourmet. For lunch we can’t go past the Southern Fried Chicken and Waffles, Crispy Pork Belly or Spicy Meatball Papardelle. Be sure to add some Sweet Potato Chips for additional indulgence.

For seafood lovers there is a range of options including signature dishes Black Alaskan King Crab Benedict and Yellow Fin Tuna with Soba Noodles.

To compliment your lunch the venue is also liquor licensed offering a number of tap beers and select wines.

Drop in and grab a coffee or dine in at Bare Witness for an experience worth relaxing into.


30 Shore Drive, Rhodes NSW 2138





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