Ok hot cross lovers. Easter Trading hours are like this: open Good Friday/Easter Saturday/Sunday/Easter Monday 8am-3pm resume regular trade tues. See you soon yo
We’ve just changed our coffee menu- starting today.
Some really beautiful coffees, lovingly roasted and selected by The Golden Cobra and us this month. Well worth mixing it up and having a filter or a black coffee but will still be delicious with our house blend for your milky ones.
Hi good people of the world.
We have just changed over our menu to a summer/autumn one. There are some beautiful new dishes that are reflecting the shorter days and slightly cooling temps. Have a look over on our Menu page.
News: we’ve had some nice little write ups and such lately. Some beautiful photos over on Wander & Scout a blog we stumbled over. We were also included in the top ten best inner west cafes in Concrete Playground amongst some great company with some of our friends including Cornersmith, Ragland and Blackstar.
We’ve also updated the design of our menu and had a seasonal update of our wall painting by our designers Province.
Come and check out some of our new dishes and say hi. See you soon.x
Sorry we’ve been a little slow on the ol’ tumbln.
We have had a very busy last few weeks. We’ve got some fantastic new dishes
on the menu, some tasty salads and summery stuff, we’ve had some really nice
reviews and mentions in the press and we’re in full summertime swing.
We’ll be staying open most of the time over the festive season, just shutting a couple of days.
We’ll be stocking some up our shelves with some gift ideas for you last minuet shoppers- you can come have breakfast, coffee and get presents. Genius! We’ll post more info soon, but will be house made jams and presrves for sale as well as retail coffee and brewing equipment and some nice teas too. Stay tuned to our facebook for pics and more dets.
Here are the trading hours as of Monday 24th December
Open Mon-Fri 8am-2pm, Sat/Sun 8am-3pm.
Closed Tuesday 25th, Christmas Day
Closed Wednesday 26th, Boxing Day
Closed Tuesday 1st, New Years Day
Closed Wednesday 2nd
Regular trading hours will resume on the 3rd of January.
We hope you have a fantastic festive season. Stay safe, have fun, take it easy, eat some good food.
This is the last menu change before a bit of an overhaul in two weeks.
The menu is getting a little more spring, and our friend and new head-chef Lach
has come up with a menu that we can’t wait for you to check out that will be starting in two weeks. A few things are staying but overall it will be more fresh and summery, a little lighter but still with a few hearty things/hangover cures.
Also- as of 15th October we are going to start trading on Mondays 7am-Noon so you can stay with us all week.
This is the first of what will be an ongoing series of mixes from us at Fleetwood Macchiato. When you are open lots of hours you need to listen to lots of music. Plus, most of the staff and owners of the cafe are all music monsters and often that’s one of the most discussed topics. We’ve been open three months now and the most played song was definitely The Hot 8 Brass Band’s version of Sexual Healing. It got us through some hairy weekend services and decreased the stress levels when we were most vulnerable. There are some classics, some new stuff, a fair amount of hip hop and anyways, have a listen. If you ever have any questions about the tunes we are playing, please ask us or shoot an email to email@example.com
1. Good Time- Donnie & Joe Emerson
2. Forrest Gump- Frank Ocean
3. Gee Up- Kindness
4. I Got A Man- Positive K
5. Sexual Healing- The Hot 8 Brass Band
6. I’m Coming Out- Diana Ross
7. 93 ‘Til Infinity- Souls Of Mischief
8. Flower (Instrumental)- Dudley Perkins
9. Jasmine- Jai Paul
10. So Far To Go (feat Common and D’Angelo)- Jay Dee
11. Just From Chevron- Dirty Projectors
12. Out Of Tune- Real Estate
13. Only Love Can Break Your Heart- Neil Young
14. I Don’t Want Love- Antlers
15. Movements- Roots Manuva
16. Baby’s Arms- Kurt Vile
17. I’m God- Lil’ B
18. Baby- Donnie & Joe Emerson
Great review from last week in Sydney Morning Herald.
“With careful planning and attention to detail, something quite simple can be utterly charming”