Hi world. We have a position available for a full time head chef. Must be creative and friendly and available at the end of January. Please send CV’s to firstname.lastname@example.org
Festive Trading Hours:
We are open 23rd/24th 8am-2pm.
Closed Christmas Day 25th/Boxing Day 26th December
Closed 1st/ 2nd January
Open 8am-2pm weekdays/ 8am-3pm weekends over the break and reopen for normal hours as of Monday 6th January.
To all of our customers and peoples- thanks for an amazing year and have a fantastic break and festive season. Happy Christmas/Hannukah/Festive season of choice.
From us all at Fleetwood Macchiato.
SUMMER’S HERE AND THE TIME IS RIGHT FOR DANCING IN THE STREETS
or, - our Summer menu has started. It was only 16 days late, but it’s here. Have a look on our menu page for the full lineup. Pictured is a dish of - Eggplant, poached eggs, basil, capers, olives, pickled onion, celery, fennel. It gets served with toast.
Just started a new coffee menu last week.
For Espresso we have
A natural processed coffee from Brazil- San Marco De Costa. As well as La Candelilla, which is also a natural from Costa Rica. Not sure how much you know about processing but it is a process of controlled fermentation, wherein the whole coffee cherries are dried in the sun. This can often add body or intensity to the flavour of the coffees. Have a look here on Stumptown’s site for more details on natural processing (aka dry processing).
For Filter we have Gelena Abaya, a coffee from the Yirgacheffe region of Ethiopia. This is also a natural processed coffee that we were running as an espresso but now The Golden Cobra is roasting it for filter. We have also kept the Karimikui, a washed coffee from Kenya.
Our Spring menu started yesterday. There are some beautiful, fresh, delicious dishes on it. Have a look at the full line up here, but better yet, come in and eat them. Pictured, courtesy of Wander & Scout - Herb and olive rolled eggs, flowers, saffron whipped chevre, with pickled eschallot and carta da musica
A few of our head chef Lachlan Peachey’s dishes are featured on a great new food site Dish Pig Magazine, alongside some killer articles and recipes from some of our friends and cohorts from around Sydney. You can now smoke your own eggs at home (just be careful because we got in trouble from the man for smoking them in our backyard) and knock out our gingerbread and quince dish. Photo by Chris Chen
Just started our new coffee menu last week. For black espresso drinks we are still running the Los Naranjos from Colombia and we now have a La Pira - a Costa Rican Geisha roasted for espresso. In the filter zone we have two delicious coffees; Anselmito Estate Geisha from Panama and a Guatemalan bourbon called El Pintado. We have all these coffees to take home as well as our trusty house blend Debut De Siecle.
Ok, news is:
It’s getting cold, winter is creeping in the front door and up Erskineville Rd. We have things to combat this cold. See soups, cakes, coffee, tea.
One Cup: we got all up in our finery the other night (pulled out our best flannos) for the SMH good Cafe Guide Awards. We were very happy to be awarded a One Cup rating which puts us in good company amongst some our good friends and peers who are pushing things forward and making delicious coffee. Check the link here for news. The guide is out in bookstores now and I think it will be online too at some point.
Birthday! We turned one year old on June 10 (see photo). We are super happy to have been here for a year in this beautiful neighbourhood. Thanks to everyone that has graced us with their presence and kind words.
Coffee menu: we are still running a bunch of beautiful washed coffees on our espresso machine and through our V60s and Aeropresses.
Espressos are a Kamuyu from Kenya and a Colombian, Los Naranjos. Filters are Siberia from El Salvador and Carmen Estate from Panama. Come and drink some.
Food Menu: Those that have visited us in the last couple of months would have seen and probably tried the new winter food menu. We just got around to putting it up online here last week so you internet peepers can have a peep. Lots of nice hearty wintery things that still have a decidedly Lach Peachey touch to them. Lots of pork belly and we have Morcilla from Rodriguez Brothers now too which the carnivores are happy about.
Well that is all the new right now. Stay warm.