Sydney’s Best Coffee
Ahhh coffee, a real staple in the diet of us here at Traveltrust. Apart from just tasting great (and giving us that boost), coffee also has that power to bring business meetings together. Many of our clients travel frequently internationally, and will often find themselves in cities they don’t know, and if you happen to be in Sydney – we’ve compiled our favourite three spots for a cup of Joe!
Coffee? Check. Excellent Views? Check. Minutes from Downtown Sydney? Check.
This coffee shop has the view on its side, and that isn’t up for questioning. A beautiful shot of the harbor, bridge and opera house makes it a beautiful backdrop for your afternoon coffee as you talk numbers. It’s also located three floors above the Sydney Museum of Contemporary Art if you want to impress someone.
The food itself doesn’t skip on quality either and we recommend trying the Wagyu Beef Burger for something very tasty!
To check it out head to 140 George St.
Okay, so we confess, this is one to go to if you’re cool with a low-key, quieter meeting, but this place has gained its stellar reputation for a reason. It’s just great.
It’s a coffee shop, wine bar and bookstore all in one, and in an age where books aren’t as popular as they used to be, the nostalgic feel it gives us here at Traveltrust just meant it had to be included in our top 3.
The food is pretty great too. If you can grab a table by the floor to ceiling windows you can watch the busy world of Oxford Street whisk by.
If you get a chance go down on a Wednesday, you’ll see the Wednesday night live jazz band light up the room for a real urban treat. Head to Berkelouw Books, 19 Oxford Street in Paddington for more.
Did we mainly include this one because of its GENIUS name? Yes, mainly.
But luckily this place backs its name up, because if you’re going to be this clever, you have to bring the goods – and Fleetwood Macchiato does that and more.
Located in Erskinville near the University of Sydney, it’s a perfect setting and vibe if you’re set up just outside of downtown Sydney. Three friends came together to create this gem and it’s relaxed, wood-panelling and spacious floor makes it perfect to get some work done whilst hoping to hear a tune by Fleetwood Mac (unfortunately it’s not all Fleetwood Mac, and we didn’t hear any when we went).
The food is delicious and sourced from other nearby local ventures helping boost that real community feel you get from this place.
We highly recommend stopping by at 43 Erskinville Road.