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November 16, 2017

Bar Biscotti – Cafe Review


In Sydney, with a new coffee shop popping up on every corner, it’s a delight to walk into one that gets it right. As soon as I walked into Bar Biscotti, I knew I was in for a treat. With a country kitchen interior complemented perfectly by modern, shabby industrial fittings, it was very apparent I was somewhere quirky as well as sophisticated.
The menu provides a varied range of clean, fresh food offerings, from a chicken parmigiana with pan-fried rosti in mushroom sauce, to a quinoa lunch salad with kale and avocado. It was hard to know whether I should behave myself or indulge a little, with the smell of fresh biscotti wafting from its display case and a counter lined with other freshly baked biscuits and slices.
Ordering turned into a friendly chat, and when I asked for a coffee recommendation, the barista immediately chimed in. When he named a blend I hadn’t heard of before I had my doubts, but I was immediately won over by the Adore Estate Coffee. My espresso was silky and full-flavoured, and the best way to be proven wrong. It was nice to know that not every bearded barista is just for show. I made a mental note to come back one day and see how it paired with one of the biscuits.
The food was hot, expertly cooked and the café was a great, fun place to spend some time away from the bedlam of the city, over an excellent coffee.

 


 





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