This quirky espresso cafe inhabits an old entry corridor of the interwar heritage listed Government Offices Building.
With its marble walls, high ceilings and wood panelling still intact there’s an air of the 1930’s lingering inside yet the di Bella coffee served by the friendly baristas leaves no doubt as to what century we’re in.
For those who want to linger there is a cosy dim lit space out back or a spillover of tables into the adjacent building foyer while simple toasties, Turkish bread rolls and corn bread with golden syrup are some of the well-under-ten-dollar snack items to accompany.
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7a/200 Adelaide St