Pablo & Rusty’s

163A Castlereagh Street, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Average: 3.0 / 5 stars, based on 3 reviews.
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Coffee is ok, had a slightly acidic flat white. It’s good for people watching in the city but gets hectic during the busier hours.

Strictly for the tourists. Burnt, over roasted beans. Too much milk in the Mac. Yuck.

I think this place seems pretty new given that I wasn’t able to find it on the app. The long black I had was decent, smooth but a little sour aftertaste. I don’t usually like long blacks that are acidic. This one sits somewhere in the middle of the range.

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