Copo Cafe & Diner, Drummoyne ♥♥Sunday, April 20, 2014
Add a little bit of Spanish, a bit of Mexican and a little bit of Portuguese and you have Copo.
Copo (cup in portuguese, flake in spanish) delivers a south american inspired menu using locally source produce and serves campos coffee. Greeted by a typewriter "Please wait to be seated", it didn't take long before we had a table and a menu.
|Skim cappucino $3.70|
|Baked eggs with tomato, chorizo and chimichurri $21|
|Avocado & Tomato on toast $14, side bacon $4, poached eggs $3.50 each|
|Freshly squeezed juice $6.50|
Having never been to any of these countries (yet!) the interior seemed more raw and industrial with wooden tables and chairs, open pantry/storage, a clever milk bottle light feature and that typewriter. Whatever it is, it works.
By 11am the queue of hungry people, young and old, kids and prams, stretched out onto the footpath. Just make sure you enter from Formosa St and use the 2hr free parking next door.
In a nutshell ♥♥
All day breakfast (3pm). Licensed.
Coffee: ●●● Campos, slight bitter kick
Food: ●● South American inspired, organic and gluten free available
Atmosphere: Hard, industrial but warm, open and friendly. Suits all, free wifi.
Copo Cafe & Diner - Shop M3 135 Victoria Road Drummoyne