The food is traditional Bakery style, with lots of hot pastries to choose from and a beautiful array of yummy cakes. There are party pies, pasties and sausage rolls available to purchase individually which are perfect for little ones and on our visit they were happy to cut a pasty in half for my children and served it on quality plastic plates with plastic cutlery and sauce on the side.
Incredible cupcakes and South Australian roasted Mahalia Coffee - it can't get better. BTS is the staple store to visit when this craving hits and their cupcakes definitely are better than many other bakeries which focus solely on this product. The staff are sugary sweet and attentive, bedecked in their pink uniforms amidst a sea of pink decor which gives the place a saccharine feminine vibe.
This place specialises in coffee and really doesn't need to do much else to impress. They have done a great job sourcing unique teas, coffees and chais. Their gourmet tea range is hand made in the Barossa Valley, the wine roses seems to be a popular brew. They also have an interesting selection of hot chocolate including African Red, orange and organic.
A great selection of coffees! and desserts. They do great Iced Coffees and a wonderful summer coffee drink called a Shakerato which is coffee shaken with Ice and syrup, then poured into a small glass. It is surprisingly good and dairy free.
This is a quintessential Taiwanese comfort food joint. Cheap prices, large portions, and good taste. It's not Michelin-quality but it's simple and delicious -- great for either an introduction to Taiwanese food or if you're just missing the motherland. The workers are super fast and efficient.
A good selection of traditional favourites.
Traditional Mexican food at affordable prices.
A remarkably wonderful place for breakfast or lunch. Specialties include an extensive range of traditional favourite and gourmet pies; continental and European Breads; luscious pastries and cakes to appease the lover of sweet cuisines; and their very own ‘Five Senses’ signature coffee. Thet also have an extremely popular ‘Kiddies Bakehaus’ .
If your English Chumleys is a must have, if your not English make sure you get here to try the fish and chips the chips are amazing, handcut goodness not bought in a bag and deep fried like every other place you go too.
This is the only gluten free specific cafe in the Jewellery Quarter. Its a perfectly nice place to sit and grab a drink and food, maybe a little odd, but the giftware gives you something to look at whilst you wait for your food to be freshly made. As well as offering the usual range of wraps, sandwiches, coffees, smoothies etc sell gluten free cakes.
This venue offers a really wide selection of hot and cold drinks to choose from. Hot drinks and Iced coffee is available, as well as a large selection of Chai and the currently trendy Matcha style tea drink. The drinks here are wonderfully presented. The majority of the crockery is branded with Centenary lounge's retro logo. They serve good hot drinks as well as a bistro-style menu of hot and cold food. You can get food and drink to go, but why not eat in and soak up the gilded age glamour? MENUS
The benchmark for Bagels...look no further
A great place for lovers of hot & spicy food.
Authentic food at reasonable prices.
Great range of high quality coffee, tea with knowlegable friendly staff.