Cafe Centro

Cafe Centro

139 Rowe Street, Eastwood, Australia

🛍 Coffee, Breakfast, Cafe, Tea, Vegetarian

3.9 💬22 Bewertungen

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Step into Cafe Centro, an exquisite restaurant located at 139 Rowe Street, Eastwood, Australia, and let your culinary adventure begin. Enjoy an unparalleled dining experience at this 3.9 eatery, backed by 16 glowing reviews. A coveted rating of 3.9 and an army of satisfied patrons reflected in 16 reviews – we are not just a restaurant, but a landmark of great taste and exceptional dining. Join us and partake in this unique gastronomic adventure.


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Mrs. Beryl Schowalter DVM
Mrs. Beryl Schowalter DVM

This cafe never really caught my eye when I went up the Plaza. The inside was not conspicuous and had basic wooden chairs, I also noticed that they had their reasonable amount of use now. It was a busy Saturday morning and the service was slow. I do not feel that this place is suitable for a long brunch due to the atmosphere. Grief The latte had a nice art about it, but it was a bit crooked, nevertheless the coffee was great. In comparison, weaker, but it felt lighter than anyone else. Dukah eggs were delicious, it had aromatic Dukka spice, sour caramelized onions and what I think was the hero of the court, Red Beete Relish. The food standards are good, but the decor and the lack of unique dishes is what holds me before returning.

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Reviews

Flavie Botsford
Flavie Botsford

This café never really caught my eye as I walked up and down the plaza. The interior wasn’t flashy and had basic wooden chairs, I also noticed they had their fair amount of use by now. It was a busy Saturday morning and the service was slow. I don’t feel this place is suitable for a long brunch due to the atmosphere. The latte had a nice art over it but it was a bit lopsided, nevertheless the coffee was great. Weaker in comparison but it felt lighter than any other. Dukkah eggs were delicious, it had aromatic dukkah seasoning, acidic caramelised onions and, what I think was the hero of the dish, beetroot relish. The food standards are good but the décor and lack of unique dishes is what keeps me from returning.


Miss Jacynthe Walker
Miss Jacynthe Walker

Just got a take-away mocha and it certainly is drinkable.


Dr. Luther Johnston
Dr. Luther Johnston

Best coffee in Eastwood, brewed with Dark Horse coffee beans, the same beans that are used at Mecca King St Sydney.


Clemens Bailey
Clemens Bailey

We were in Eastwood looking for a cafe to grab a iced coffeeThe cafe looked inviting so stopped and ordered 2 iced coffees.


Noemie Heathcote PhD
Noemie Heathcote PhD

We had coffee and shared the ricotta hotcakes, which were delicious. We saw plenty of other yummy-looking brunch options being served, so we're keen to go back and try some of them!


Noe VonRueden
Noe VonRueden

Lovely local cafe with decent coffee. Staff were helpful and accommodating when finding seating for toddler with pram. Ricotta hot cakes were so good I went back the following week for another serving.


Jena Romaguera
Jena Romaguera

Dropped in for a coffee this morning. Really nice cafe, with excellent service, run by people who love their coffee. Food lols pretty good too. Well worth a visit when you're in Eastwood.

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Eastwood

Eastwood

Categories

  • Coffee
  • Breakfast
  • Cafe
  • Tea
  • Vegetarian
  • Vegan
  • Restaurants
  • Gluten Free
  • Cafes
  • Australian
  • Brunch

Amenities

  • Breakfast
  • Wine And Beer
  • Outdoor Seating
  • Wifi
  • Vegan Options
  • Gluten Free Options
  • Vegetarian Friendly
  • Takeout
  • Seating
  • Waitstaff
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Kids
  • Families With Children
  • Takeaway
  • Weekend Brunch

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