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October 17, 2018

Roastville – Cafe Review

157 Victoria Rd,
Marrickville NSW

Roast ‘Ville’ inspired by the word village was to become a place where both owners George and Destiny would create a space which is a true reflection of their craft and passion for the hospitality industry after owning 11 cafes and restaurants. Roastville encompasses a Cafe, Specialty Roasters and a Training Academy.
Roastville is a converted warehouse designed and built by George alongside his wonderful friend Maximus, a joiner, who also was a chef in one of Georges first cafes 20 years ago. George was determined to make the majority of the furniture, from the Crosshatch timber tables to the planter boxes made from timber and hung by coffee group handles.
Coffee and food is at the heart of what they represent, their food has been described as innovative rather than derived from a culture. One of their most popular dishes is the Fried Kim Chi Waffles and the Brunch Plate, which is cured and smoked in house.
Roastville wholesales coffee to other likeminded cafes in Sydney. George (Head Roaster) prides himself on sourcing only high-grade specialty beans from farms which practice ethical sustainability. George is a firm believer if you buy quality and educate yourself on how to get the best characteristics out of every bean, you will create a memorable product.
Roastville Barista Academy is headed by Andy Liu, Australian Barista and Tea Brewing Champion.





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