This coffee shop in Glassell Park seems like a regular spot for locals to pick up their lattes and maybe do some work. Which it is. But it’s also an Australian cafe, which means they have excellent smashed avo (a.k.a avocado toast), jaffles with vegemite (a.k.a. Australian grilled cheese), Tim Tams (legendary Australian cookies), and lamingtons (just Google that one). It’s a great spot for a very casual breakfast or lunch, whether you’re a homesick Aussie or not.
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