40 Marcus Clarke St, City ACT 2601, Australia
3.0 / 5 stars
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I’m in mixed minds about Harvest, another joint opened up by the Kingston Grind/Tonic/Group Seven crowd, no doubt poised to take the custom of the workers in the soon to be opened office towers across the road. The baristas at Harvest display the same attention to consistent, quality coffee as their sister cafés. This is a good thing, especially in a part of the city that is relatively underpopulated with good places. However, despite their large space and plentitude of seating, Harvest offers little else besides the coffee and the very same paltry range of sweets that is on offer in their sister cafés. No other more substantial food is on offer, not even the lunch rolls that you find in Group Seven. It would have been nice to see something more unique than another instance of the same formula.

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