Coffee beans are arguably Mother Nature’s greatest gift to mankind, as a life without coffee is frankly frightening – how else would we get through the Monday grind?
Luckily, Fish Lane is a brew-tiful place littered with venues to helping you satisfy your coffee cravings around the clock – read on for our favourites!
Your daily grind isn’t complete without a coffee fix from this contemporary café. If their Middle Eastern décor and drool-worthy menu doesn’t pull you in, then their divine lattes sure will, especially when paired with one of their seasonal lunch meals. Plus, call in on Tuesday for small coffees running out the door at just $2!
Don’t be fooled by the name; there’s not a single piece of limp celery in sight at this quaint café! With its quirky interiors, charming balcony, and cosy nooks, it’s the perfect spot to sit back with a smooth cold brew and enjoy the sunshine on Fish Lane.
Only Speciality Coffee
Passionate about delivering the perfect cup of coffee and showcasing the best roasters that Australia has to offer, Only Speciality Coffee is Fish Lane’s newest local. Look forward to the unique single-origin coffees, gorgeous pink-tiled fit-out, and a scrumptious selection of pastries and baked treats from Teneriffe’s Danny’s Bread.
If caffeine isn’t quite enough, try the Vietnamese Iced Coffee cocktaiol from Chu the Phat! This coffee-inspired sip consists of cold press coffee with condensed milk and a liqueur of your choice, with recommendations including Frangelico, Disaronno or Bailey’s. Did we mention the cocktail is recommended to be paired with the Vietnamese’s eatery deep-fried ice cream?
For a coffee worthy of Zeus and the gods, swing by Five Sisters Café, whose delightful blends and aromatic flavours will transport you straight to coffee heaven. As refreshing as a dip in the Mediterranean Sea, their $3 coffees will have you feeling buzzed in no time.
Who said the only way to get your coffee hit was in liquid form? For the dessert wizards at Gelato Messina, simple ice cream turns into a spectacle to behold, with their coffee gelato made with real espresso a truly drool-worthy fix you can get by the scoop.
Like the name suggests, there is much ado at Hoo Ha on Melbourne Street. Besides serving almond croissants that are so good you’d be nuts not to grab one, their Fonzie Abbott coffee is also dangerously pour-fect.
Nestled on Merivale Street and boasting a modern, minimalistic twist on the classic specialty coffee shop, Newport’s is a chic nook slinging freshly poured cups of craft coffee from Single O to get you through the day, as well as irresistible treats from Jocelyn’s.
It’s never bean easier to seize the day along Fish Lane – watch our video below for a snippet of Fish Lane’s best coffee flavours!