There is obvious pride in the coffee, here. The barista is friendly and takes time to get to know your coffee order, seek feedback, and understand how customers enjoy their coffee. Things seem to be a little less refined in the kitchen. I love to be able to see into the kitchen, but probably would have preferred to remain oblivious to the challenges faced by the chef in this, relatively new, cafe. The menu is written with an emphasis on components (ingredients) rather than construction. Small wooden boards are used to present the meals. I am not a fan of these - they were very small and, without any edge, I found it required some concentration to ensure my meal didn't end up on the table. So far, nothing off the menu has been particularly disappointing, but nor has it been particularly inspiring. I hope things will improve in the kitchen, as better cafes, offering reliably good coffee and service are needed on K Rd.
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