Bakin' Beanz Cafe

Bakin' Beanz Cafe

1 Ken Tubman Dr, Maitland, New South Wales 2320, Australia

🛍 Coffee, Chicken, Cafe, Tea, French

4 💬25 Bewertungen

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Welcome to Bakin' Beanz Cafe, your next favorite food paradise located at 1 Ken Tubman Dr, Maitland, New South Wales 2320, Australia. Rated 4, this esteemed establishment promises a gastronomic journey that's as delightful as it is diverse. With an outstanding rating of 4, our esteemed establishment has established a legacy of exceptional dining. The result of hard work, commitment, and passion reflected in 22 appreciative reviews. Experience the excellence in every bite. The present rating of 4 serves as a motivation to do better. Every one of the 22 reviews is a lesson in gastronomic refinement. Treat your taste buds with a visit to https://www.facebook.com/bakinbeanzmaitland/info?tab=page_info, the web platform for hassle-free ordering.


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Chloe Schuppe
Chloe Schuppe

Love having breakfast here when staying at Quest. Cafe offers chargeback to your room, which is fantastic. Great coffee, excellent food. Very friendly service with a smile!

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Reviews

Ms. Genevieve Stroman III
Ms. Genevieve Stroman III

Cute little cafe with a small amount of indoor and outdoor seating. Quite busy but service was smooth and staff polite. I can't comment on the coffee as I did not have one but seemed popular from many ordering. Food was good and lots to choose from the menu. Lost a star for cold toast but recommend for a handy breakfast when staying nearby.


Stephania Zulauf
Stephania Zulauf

Breakfast here is perfect, the cafe is only small and a lot of locals frequent the place which tells you something straight away.The food is nothing special but just good( if that makes sense) and well priced not dear but not cheap.


Keanu Gleason
Keanu Gleason

Friendly staff, willing to supply just what I wanted for breakfast and great coffee, and located below the Maitland Quest Apartment, very convenient.


Prof. Ricardo Stoltenberg
Prof. Ricardo Stoltenberg

This was a very disappointing breakfast today 18/2/2017I ordered a flat white coffee and pancakes The coffee was a bad quality white crema and not hot 35 minutes later no pancakes!!!I asked where are they the lady was very angry and said we will get them for you they will cook them now 10 minutes later they came no apology for delaythe restaurant was not too busy just bad service I won't recommend this cafe for anyone


Nash Hoeger
Nash Hoeger

I visited This small cafe for the first time. It seems a popular cafe and I was very impressed. I asked for a chicken salad sandwich and I was given a beautiful salad sandwich but with hot crumbed chicken. I would really recommend a visit to this quaint cafe. There's easy park opposite and we had been to the cinema which was walking distance.


Aletha Mayert
Aletha Mayert

Sunday bacon and egg roll. Lots of bacon and well cooked egg make for a nice roll @ $6.00. if I have one critical thing to whinge about the roll is to big. Otherwise pretty good eat. Always a returning customer.


Estell Legros
Estell Legros

This little cafe tucked in the side of the Hotel was difficult to access for my elderly mother. We then made the mistake of sitting outside which was noisy and a little dusty. The food was good, some of which had a distinct home made flavour to it. If they could just convince Quest to help them refit the venue or find them selves an old Bank and they would do triple the trade.

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Categories

  • Coffee
  • Chicken
  • Cafe
  • Tea
  • French
  • Cafes
  • Sandwich
  • Australian
  • Breakfast
  • Sandwiches

Amenities

  • Seating
  • Waitstaff
  • Takeout
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Families With Children

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After failing to find a 'safe'-feeling food venue for a quick takeaway lunch elsewhere nearby in High Street, I ventured to the Lunch Break.It was a clean tidy place with its main counter perpendicular to the entry from the street. The young man and young woman on duty had glowing smiles as I entered. I ordered a salad and cheese wholemeal wrap and a takeaway skim flat white extra hot. The (male) barista was up for a chit-chat as he made the coffee and asked me about my day, my visit to Maitland and my love of the late spring weather on that day (17th Nov). The woman making my wrap commented on parts of the exchange between myself and the barista. The best news was that I walked out with a small handful of change from the $10 tendered. Bargain! "Nice people, nice place," I thought to myself.I stopped at a park after a short drive to East Maitland to consume this modest lunch. The salad wrap was well filled with fresh colourful crisp veges but it was then that I made the two sad discoveries. (a) The cheese was that soft plastic mass-produced bland muck. I felt a tad cheated that the wrap had no tasty cheddar to highlight the veges.(b) The barista had made me a chocolatey Cappuccino instead of my unsweetened skim flat white.Advice to other diners. (i) Specify clearly which coffee you want and check under the plastic takeaway lid before you walk off with it. (ii) If you like good cheese, ask for it. The standard stuff is truly disappointing. Advice to Lunch Break staff: Put the price of wraps up 50c (or maybe $1) then use sliced or grated QUALITY cheese.