Keep going down the main road to Kuranda from the train stop. On the left as you walk through the village tucked down an arcade is good coffee. Local beans grown and roasted create a flavoursome brew.
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Had some lunch went to get a coffee from this place walk into the shop and say g'day to the grey haired toothless owner. Without even indicating to him or making any suggestion whatsoever as to what I wanted, he gives me the following rant...More
great coffee (travelling with some coffee snobs) and fun environment. The barista/proprietor added lots of local colour. Would strongly recommend.
This great coffee shop is on Coondoo St, rather than Thongon St, and is a real hoot. We found it by accident the first time, and went back again and again. The cafe itself is an eclectic mix of Bob Marley and ET, various art...More
The barista is a hoot, but I could see why some people could be rubbed the wrong way. We, however, enjoyed the conversation, even though it bounced around a bit. We had originally stopped in to see about some coffee to take with us, as...More
Great place to chill out at while in Kuranda! The coffee is fantastic and very affordable, so is the food. I would happily sit here for an hour everyday chat with the workers or read a book among the creative decor
Went with the family for a coffee and when saw locally roasted coffee beans I got excited as I love experiencing various flavours of locally roasted coffee. Went to order at front counter with my extended family, found the man extremely rude. Asked about the...More
The care and attention to detail that goes into making these coffees is enough on its own to get you going back again and again. But sit down and enjoy a few of the owner's and local's stories and you'll be tempted to stay forever!