CJ's Central

CJ's Central

Eddy Avenue Exit, Central Station, Chinatown, Haymarket, Australia

🛍 Coffee, Breakfast, Meat, Cheese, Fast Food

4.3 💬69 Bewertungen

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Ferret Out a culinary haven at CJ's Central, an esteemed eatery located at Eddy Avenue Exit, Central Station, Chinatown, Haymarket, Australia. With a stellar 4.3 rating, CJ's Central stands as a beacon of exceptional cuisine. Treat your taste buds with a visit to https://www.facebook.com/CjsCentral/, the web platform for hassle-free ordering.


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Justice Gleason
Justice Gleason

On Tuesday evening looking for a short coffee near Central came the cafe of CJ. With about 10 minutes until you closed, it looked like the only place to grab a brew without accessing a 7 / 11-1 dollar coffee. Grief As already mentioned, they came shortly before finish, and there was not much food, but there was a guy who made a coffee for another customer, so I came up quickly. Grief CJS uses SegaRedo, which I always had the Nescafe of Espresso. Either way, I could not afford to be picky, as nearby nearby were not great. Packing a big latte, at a very low $ 3.50. I also grabbed a melting moments of biscuit that almost doubled the coffee price. Grief The fists of the coffee were not great. Tasted a bit burned and a little sour - I've always found that with SegaFredo coffee. Once I had a bite of the biscuit, the richness, and the sweetness massaged the initial bad taste of rhe coffee, and it turned out half-appropriately and gave me the Caffine / Sugar Kick, which I was after that. Grief Overall, I'm sure better cafes and cafes in the central environment. Eat way, I can not comment, but you look like the typical train station / fast food / greasy spoon. Will probably only get coffee again when I crashed for the time, and there is no real other option.

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Emma Pollich
Emma Pollich

On Tuesday evening looking for a short coffee near Central came the cafe of CJ. With about 10 minutes until you closed, it looked like the only place to grab a brew without accessing a 7 / 11-1 dollar coffee. Grief As already mentioned, they came shortly before finish, and there was not much food, but there was a guy who made a coffee for another customer, so I came up quickly. Grief CJS uses SegaRedo, which I always had the Nescafe of Espresso. Either way, I could not afford to be picky, as nearby nearby were not great. Packing a big latte, at a very low $ 3.50. I also grabbed a melting moments of biscuit that almost doubled the coffee price. Grief The fists of the coffee were not great. Tasted a bit burned and a little sour - I've always found that with SegaFredo coffee. As soon as I had a bite of the biscuit, the wealth and sweetness masked and sweet the initial bad aroma of Rhe-Coffee, and he was half adequate ... read more


Dr. Rodrigo Cronin III
Dr. Rodrigo Cronin III

Whilst looking for a quick coffee around Central on Tuesday night before my train, came across CJ's cafe. With about 10 minutes until they closed it looked like the only place to grab a brew without resorting to a 7/11 $1 coffee. As mentioned they were on the verge of closing, and there wasn't much food being displayed but there was a guy making a coffee for another customer, so I got in quick. CJ's uses Segafredo, which I've always felt was the Nescafe of Espresso. Either way, I couldn't afford to be too picky as options nearby at that time weren't great. Grabbed a large latte, at a very reasonable $3.50. I also grabbed a melting moments biscuit that was almost double the price of the coffee. The fist sips of the coffee weren't great. Tasted a bit burnt and a little sour - which I've always found with Segafredo coffee. Once I had a bite of the biscuit, the richness, and sweetness masked the initial bad flavour of rhe coffee, and it turned out semi-reasonable, and gave me the caffine/sugar kick I was after. Overall, I'm sure theres better cafes and coffee shops in the Central vicinity. Food wise, I can't comment but they look like your typical train station/fast food/greasy spoon fare. Will probably only grab coffee here again if I'm rushed for time and theres no real other option.


Shany Schiller
Shany Schiller

Whilst looking for a quick coffee around Central on Tuesday night before my train, came across CJ's cafe. With about 10 minutes until they closed it looked like the only place to grab a brew without resorting to a 7/11 $1 coffee. As mentioned they were on the verge of closing, and there wasn't much food being displayed but there was a guy making a coffee for another customer, so I got in quick. CJ's uses Segafredo, which I've always felt was the Nescafe of Espresso. Either way, I couldn't afford to be too picky as options nearby at that time weren't great. Grabbed a large latte, at a very reasonable $3.50. I also grabbed a melting moments biscuit that was almost double the price of the coffee. The fist sips of the coffee weren't great. Tasted a bit burnt and a little sour - which I've always found with Segafredo coffee. Once I had a bite of the biscuit, the richness, and sweetness masked the initial bad flavour of rhe coffee, and it turned out semi-reasonable... read more


Mrs. Savannah Eichmann
Mrs. Savannah Eichmann

We stopped for a coffee while waiting for a train, and found the service to be quick and efficient, and the coffee to be good. It does a lot of takeaways. The tables outside help to allow people-watching.


Willy Becker
Willy Becker

The smell, mouthwatering, hit us as we moved from one concourse to the next. 'Where do you want to go? asked the helpful rail employee. "Tell us how to get to the place which is creating that wonderful, mouth-watering aroma" we answered. The place was CJs, conveniently just outside the station. We eat there twice, filling up on delicious sandwiches packed with hot meat, and the option on apple, crackling, gravy, onions - to suit the meat. A great treat for a modest price


Ida Rice
Ida Rice

My wife and I travel to Sydney by train twice a year, and we always look forward to having breakfast at CJ's, the service is very quick and the bacon and egg roll is very well filled, it is very busy and very popular we look forward to it before our train journey home John & Betty


Jayne Maggio
Jayne Maggio

About to board our train for the South Coast, we grabbed a simple brekky here. Two decent coffees and raisin toast for $8 hit the spot. Friendly efficient service with a smile.

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Haymarket

Haymarket

Categories

  • Coffee
  • Breakfast
  • Meat
  • Cheese
  • Fast Food
  • French
  • Steak
  • Beer*
  • Cafes
  • Sandwich
  • Australian
  • Brasseries
  • Sandwiches
  • Food
  • Coffee & Tea

Amenities

  • Breakfast
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Vegetarian Friendly
  • Seating
  • Takeout
  • Families With Children
  • Vegan Options
  • Takeaway

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