I was up 6:30am this morning. It was my day off and no it wasn’t intentional. The spring morning sun shine through my window usually around this time of the morning to gives me this gentle morning call. To a morning person like me, I don’t really mind it but I do fancy sleep in from time to time. I had few things need to sorted in town so I might as well tag along my uni-exam-mode brother on the public transport to head into town early. In this way I enjoy a good morning coffee before I get on with the day. I wanted to take a walk around town and decide what I feel like today. At 7:40am in CBD there were signs of coffee everywhere: you can hear the sound of grinder, the frother, milk bubbling up, the barista tapping the portafilter. Then there was the aroma, the unique smells that only coffee posses, filled every streets and arcades of CBD. I took a little detour from Hay street into King street to St George Tce, then into Central arcade back to Hay street into Cloister then back on St George and by that time I’ve decided, let’s have my favourite this morning - Mini Espresso.
They have one of the most friendly barista in Perth (I think his name is Luke, who runs Mini on the weekday and Luke&Pat’s in Subiaco farmers on saturday morning) as well as the most lovely waitress in Perth Melanie. They use Fiori blends for their coffee. Luke does a wonderful jobs with the coffee and I’ve always enjoyed my skinny latte there. They also have a small range of food: muffin, toasties, quick bread and toast served with Hank’s Jam of your choices (there’s a range). They were probably the busiest cafe in CBD. During my 40 minutes of coffee sipping I’ve noticed people wouldn’t stop coming!
Good coffee, good food, good services; and that’s what makes Mini Espresso my favourite cafe in Perth :)
Shop 50 London Court Perth
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