Only had a chance to come her 2 times but both times done very well.
Good espresso but more importantly this is *the* place to go in Canberra if you want to try coffee made with other types of machines (e.g. aeropress).
Only problem is that these are slower methods so be prepared for a wait if you want to explore new coffee horizons.
I like this place. Bustling, full of caffeine addicts. They seem to have a lot of regulars who leave their coffee cards on the counter so they don’t get lost. Every time i order coffee here it blows my head off a bit. Once I had to go to hospital afterwards. Nice food but I don’t think i’ve ever seen a decent croissant in there. p.s only joking about hospital story.
3 flat white mugs ordered, smooth and creamy with just the right coffee taste although one of us enjoys a hotter beverage. It’s a bit noisy inside and busy this visit due to a chefs absence but experience and coffee was more than OK.
Delicious, expertly prepared coffees in all forms. I’ve had several great espressi here as well as a couple of fantastic pourovers.
High quality meals, attentive staff, and comfortable semi-industrial space. Definitely the best coffee in Fyshwick, if not one of the best Canberra-wide.
A strange mishmash of interior styling, Ona Coffee is set up with an array of devices that extract coffee with varying method, though they still make a delicious, nutty espresso. I find Ona coffee a little soft for my taste — my preference is for strong, full flavoured beans.
Perhaps Fyshwick should be known for its fireworks, porn *and* coffee. Ona Coffee’s new shopfront cafe is tastefully designed and furnished (in contrast to its surrounds).
I had a very smooth and aromatic macchiato.
Excellent cappuccino using the somewhat savoury Ona bean. This place is new & takes its coffee v. seriously.