Café Racer

Macquarie Pl, Macquarie ACT 2614, Australia
Average: 1.0 / 5 stars, based on 2 reviews.
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Coffee is less than bad. Owner doesn’t look all that interested. Do yourself a favour and go elsewhere.

Friendly and casual, but I don’t think these guys get too many espresso drinkers. Too thin. Tamp harder. The Jindebah beans don’t help. It’s only a few hundred metres to Beppe’s at the markets. Go there.

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