24 days of coffee Epic Espresso coffee review by guest blogger tastebuddy
Epic Espresso is ranked highly by all my colleagues so on recommendation, I visited Epic Espresso two years ago and loved it. I was just as happy last week on my second visit.
I loved the beautiful coffee aroma whilst queuing up to order. I ordered my usual long macchiato, topped up which was $4.80 for a generous serve.
My coffee arrived just the way I like it – nicely presented and best of all it was strong and smooth to drink…
Epic Espresso have a few different “seating” options; tables for sitting inside or outside, high stools with tall bench tops, casual cushion/sofas with coffee tables, and a standing bench next to coffee machine.
I also had toasted muesli served with yoghurt, dried fruit, seeds & nuts and pineapple. It was as yummy as it looks and has inspired me to make my own toasted muesli & yoghurt every day this week…
I’ll definitely be back to Epic Espresso again. The customer service was both excellent and efficient and the coffee although more expensive than the average coffee stop was well worth it.
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