24 days of coffee – Day #11 Urbanistar Cafe by guest blogger mahara


24 days of coffee – Urbanistar Cafe coffee review by guest blogger Mahara 

Urbanistar Cafe shares their space with the New Edition Bookshop on William Street in Northbridge. Over the past few months, I have watched Urbanistar slowly take over the bookshop space as the cafe became more popular.

On entry, Urbanistar has a sign stating that their ‘coffee promise’ is to follow the coffee industry standards of Australia. Urbanistar encourages customers to let them know if the coffee they produce isn’t up to standard, so they can learn from the experience. After seeing this sign, I was expecting a top quality coffee.

The cafe itself had a nice ambiance, the jazz music playing over the speakers and the shelves of books surrounding the coffee counter created a nice setting in which to enjoy my coffee. I love the idea of a ‘book cafe’ and browsing through the books is a great way to spend my time whilst waiting on my coffee order. I ordered a skinny flat white to dine-in, which at $3.50 was very reasonably priced. However, the cost of my takeaway coffee for a ‘large’ size was $4.50. The size of the cup would be the equivalent of a ‘regular’ at most other cafes; it definitely wasn’t worth paying the price.

The coffee was well presented in a large cup with a dark crema. The flavour wasn’t too intense, with a slight bitterness and the milk was creamy. There was a slight aftertaste of burnt coffee beans but overall I was impressed with the quality and flavour of Urbanistar Cafe’s coffee.

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I have foodie cravings all the time and sometimes at very odd hours, hence the name of this food blog, where I share my love for Perth food, writing and interviews with inspirational foodies who have made their mark in the food scene. I also own Crust Mount Lawley with my burger eating half burger boy and have a mini me who eats all my food, she goes by the name junior burger on the blog :)

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