City Edge Café and Bar

50 Marcus Clarke St, City ACT 2601, Australia
Average: 2.5 / 5 stars, based on 1 reviews.
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Office building café with an Italian-themed menu, which they pursue with gusto: the waiter went so far as to present our meals along with their description in Italian. This was ultimately confusing and didn’t make up for their over-priced (but otherwise quite nice) meals.

The coffee was pretty good too but this place doesn’t rival the nearby Harvest for quality coffee and down-to-earth ambience.

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