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    Any decent coffee to be had in Bunbury?

    Gene Cafe Coffee Roaster $850 - Free Beans Free Freight
    Have been working a bit down south in Bunbury and have tried about 5 different places with no joy. Anyone know of a good espresso in Bunbury?
    James.

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    Re: Any decent coffee to be had in Bunbury?

    Just checked Grendels "Coffee Lovers Guide to WA" but there is nothing listed for Bunbury. :(

    Good luck! ;)


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    Re: Any decent coffee to be had in Bunbury?

    Not for Bunbury but here a few down south:--


    Samovar: Corner Kent and Queen Streets, Busselton WA 6280; Phone: (08) 9751 2399
    Opening Hours: 7.00am – 3.00pm(ish) Sunday to Tuesday; 7.00am – 9.00pm Wednesday to Saturday

    art้ZEN Espresso Bar: Shop 1, 234 Naturalist Terrace, Dunsborough WA 6281; Phone (08) 9755 3325
    Opening Hours: Open 7 days a week for breakfast (7.00am – 11.00am) and lunch (12 noon – 3.00pm); Open for dinner Tuesday to Saturday (6.00pm – 9.00pm)

    The Urban Bean: Shop 1, 157 Bussell Highway, Margaret River WA 6285; Phone: (08) 9757 9095
    Opening Hours: 7.30am – 4.00pm Monday to Friday; 7.30am – 3.00pm weekends

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    Re: Any decent coffee to be had in Bunbury?

    Hi
    Just came back from 3 day visit of the south west. Collie, M River, Cow Town and mandurah. After driving 4 hours to Collie and spending the afternoon with inlaws i was desperate for coffee. Inlaw said that the internet cafe had 5 senses coffee but was closed for chrissy. As luck would have it as i drove past i saw it was open so went back and tried it. After drinking the first takeaway while talking to the owner i went back for a second for the road. Both were good. (6 shot 12oz latte). Milk was good espresso was good fresh tasting and well extracted. The next 2 days were spent further south. I would happily go back to the Internet cafe but will never have coffee in or near Margaret River again, every coffee was to hot. How can a place that does wine so well do coffee so badly.

    LE

    PS Now looking for excuses to visit mother inlaw.

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    Re: Any decent coffee to be had in Bunbury?

    Quote Originally Posted by 152D2332252E3F460 link=1224059277/3#3 date=1231161611
    Hi

    PS Now looking for excuses to visit mother inlaw.
    Found an excuse to visit. so more good coffee from the Internet Cafe in Collie. Will see if its consistant or not.

    LE

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    Re: Any decent coffee to be had in Bunbury?

    Good luck finding a good coffee in Bunbury!

    If you are really desperate, and I mean desperate.... try Cafe 140, up near the post office.

    Best of a bad bunch.... :( :(

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    Re: Any decent coffee to be had in Bunbury?

    Quote Originally Posted by 4261747D647F69110 link=1224059277/5#5 date=1242450293
    Good luck finding a good coffee in Bunbury!
    Luck no longer required!!

    Caffeinas
    outside IGA in the Bunbury Forum Shopping Centre

    I dont often notice shopping centre cafes but some time ago a new Synesso Sabre caught my eye at Caffeinas - been there many times since and every coffee has been excellent. *very busy cafe and its great to drop in outside the peak lunchtime rush to chat to CS member owner Dean. *Five Senses blends and SOs on offer. *Found somewhere passionate about quality coffee in Bunbury at last

    Geoff

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    Re: Any decent coffee to be had in Bunbury?

    Well done Geoff,
    Now i,m tempted to open up a cafe down there as a sea change. Good food, great coffee, a barista that you can talk to..a home away from home.

    Gary :)
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    Re: Any decent coffee to be had in Bunbury?

    I did have a coffee from there a few weeks ago, and was surprised to see the 5 Senses and decent machine.....

    It used the a granny-bar, ie Cup-of-cinos, stacked high with "Froth".

    I need to call in for a take-away on the way to work some time.




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