The coffee shop in Millbrook is a long way from the heart of Sydney’s CBD.
Photo: Rohan Thomson But this is the third time this year the business has welcomed a coffee to its premises.
Last month, the owners of the cafe, The Coffee Shop in Millfield, opened their doors to a crowd of 10,000 people.
“We’ve been doing it for five years, and now it’s just a bit of a kick to see what we can do,” said Mr Kline, a manager at The Coffee Bar.
He added that he is happy to serve up the cafe’s traditional drinks to customers, such as the traditional French coffee.
However, he said that the cafe was in the midst of a transformation.
In recent years, the cafe has changed owners, from a former dairy and dairy shop into a restaurant, with a large kitchen and an outdoor patio.
“[We] moved into this building a little over a year ago and we’ve been getting a lot of good feedback from the public,” he said.
Mr Kline said that he had no problem serving up the traditional coffees to customers in the cafe and that he wanted to continue to offer the traditional coffee to customers.
But he admitted that he would have to change up the coffee to satisfy customers’ needs.
A coffee at the Millbrook Cafe.
But it appears that the patrons will be happy to continue enjoying the cafe with the same coffee they have enjoyed since opening the doors in December. “
We just need to make sure that the coffee is good enough to serve everyone.”
But it appears that the patrons will be happy to continue enjoying the cafe with the same coffee they have enjoyed since opening the doors in December.
With its long, narrow windows, the bar is perfect for enjoying a coffee while watching the sunset or watching a sunset float by in the bay.
While Mr Kageyakas cafe has been selling coffee for decades, it is the first time that the business was able to serve customers traditional coffee.