Greasy breakfast after Campos Coffee

Following an awesome coffee at Campos, we walked down the street and stumbled upon a tiny cafe by the corner. Our aim was… “BACON and EGGs” which Campos dóes not serve. I couldn’t recall the name of the cafe, but its theme was orange. Walls painted with bright orange, giving a sense of freshness and coziness for a scrumptuous breakfast! The portion was gigantic. Boy oh boy, the scrambled eggs were delicious!

Even my giant croissant, nicely toasted to crunchy perfection, served with butter and strawberry jam was yummylicious! Sinful….

After a grande breakfast, off we go! To the Sydney Opera House and harbour area!

Campos coffee oh so good!@Sydney

Our gracious host, Mr Trav says that this place serves the best coffee ever. That strong statement got us caffeine addicts excited altogether. This cafe is located in the viscinity of colleges and universities, hence packed with students, lecturers and then …us!
A cuppa costs between 3-5 AUD. All 4 of us have a specific coffee preference. Myself, long black. Joy, latte. Neets, double shot cappucino. Trav, ice coffee with a scoop of ice cream, if possible.
Mr Trav was right. By far the one of the best brews I’d tasted. A little bitter yes, but the aroma was fragrant and the most importantly, the coffee wasn’t burnt which happens quite regularly on long black nowadays.
When I took a sip of Neet’s cappucino.. fuh! Deliciouso! Besides the perfectly roasted coffee beans, I believe the other key ingredient was its fresh milk. The milk in Australia is unlike the crappy, thin skimmed milk we get back home. The creamy, frothy milk really made the cappucino cuppa star quality material.
I’m missing Campos already!
They sell their beans too, if anyone wishes to barista in their own backyard. Some pastries and desserts were also sold there to complement a good cuppa coffee. We skipped the pastries, as our next destination….. big greasy fatty breakfast with bacon and eggs!