We have been serving up tasty creations for over a decade, for both the food lovers, as well as the coffee lovers. Our recipes are influenced with a hint of Mediterranean flavour and loaded with fresh ingredients, freshly made to order, eat-in or take-away.
Be sure to check out our menu – our speciality grilled chicken or steak wraps and ciabattas are certain to whet your taste buds. Our main menu, which is served all day, also offers a range of panini sandwiches, fresh salads and veggie options, along with a little something for the kids. Furthermore, you can enjoy breakfast every morning until 11:30am, a little something for the early birds!
We take pride in our coffee too! Serving a variety of speciality coffee, ethically sourced and made with triple certified produce. This means our coffee is organic, and compliant with Fairtrade as well as Rainforest Alliance, better business for all. Our concept is simple; eat, drink, chillax and enjoy a different kind of food & coffee experience.
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Certifications aren’t badges, they are principles and we care about coffee ethics but without compromising quality; Therefore proud to be serving triple certified coffee and ethically sourced tea.
The Fairtrade Mark is the only independent guarantee that coffee farmers have been paid a price that’s higher than the cost of production. It also guarantees an additional social premium for the growers. They need to spend the premium democratically: to develop the business or pay for community projects.
The Rainforest Alliance seal of approval means that coffee farmers look after the tropical forests where they live and work. This certifies that wildlife is protected, rivers are kept clean, and natural resources conserved. For us, it’s the gold standard in environmental certifications for coffee growing.
If coffee’s organic, it means the farmers don’t use unnecessary chemicals and pesticides – good news for plant and animal life. It’s also good news for farmers; organic certification means they command higher prices, on top of the Fairtrade premium.