Bicicletta

21 Marcus Clarke St, Canberra ACT 2601, Australia
Average: 2.5 / 5 stars, based on 4 reviews.
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Nice long black and the food’s okay but *very* sluggish service offset by the lovely courtyard.

Lovely pizza, excellent entrees but I figure this website is more concerned with coffee which is why my rating is so low. My flat white was an under-extracted shot filled up with thin, super-hot, watery milk and topped off with an overly bubbly “crunchy” foam (like a cappuccino of the 80’s).

This newly opened bicycle-themed restaurant serve up delicious simple pizzas and coffee to match. Their blend is rather sweet coffee, no robusta here methinks, and wonderfully oily such that it lingers on the tongue.

Some well-made coffee and very nice pizzas. This new Italian restaurant is in the New Acton precinct, so expect higher-end prices.

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