The Organic Market and Café – Stirling, SA
5 Druids Avenue, Stirling, SA, 5251
A very comfortable, very trendy little Cafe – attached to an Organic Market (hence the name) nestled in a side street, off the main tree lined street of the picturesque Stirling. Parking is a problem, but that is typical of Stirling at all times of the year. A good thing to do is park up near the steam engine playground, and enjoy the short walk to the Café.
Latte Quality – Excellent – only a thin foam but with a 25 second descent rate. Really nice flavour.
Cost – High – at least to begin with – $4.00 – but when the cup (read – bucket) comes to your table, the four bucks seems to be a bargain.
Coffee Supplier – According to the small label on the Coffee machine, the beans used were Vittoria.
Fair Trade – No – however, RIO Fair Trade Beans (and other brands of Fair Trade Tea and Coffee) can be purchased in the Market area.
Venue Suitable for:
- Quiet Chat – No – a very busy place, with people coming and going regularly.
- Deep and Meaningful – probably a good place for it – enough background noise to allow for safety in conversation topic, but quiet enough so you don’t have to keep repeating yourself.
- Study and Reflection – being a really busy place, and with there sometimes being a wait on tables – it is probably not the best place for that.
Posted on June 3, 2009, in Café/Market, Organic, Rio, Stirling, Vittoria and tagged A1 Customer Service, Adelaide Hills, Excellent, Fairtrade or similar, Latte Review. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.