The Court House Café – Normanville, SA
52 Main Street, Normanville, SA 5204
After a disastrous start to my new coffee adventures on the south-south coast (Fleurieu Peninsula) I was really hoping that this would at the very least bring this region back to a par level, however I am always suspicious of any place that announces with all humility that it has ‘the best coffee in town.’ According to their promotional material, “The Court House Café is Normanville’s newest dining alternative offering the best of the Fleurieu region’s outstanding produce. At the Court House Café, you’ll find rustic food prepared with love and bursting with flavour. Occupying the 1860’s heritage court house, the Court House Café is open for brunch and lunch daily from 8:30, and evenings Wednesday through sunday for tapas and evening meals.”
Latte Quality – Good – again it was served exceedingly hot, and my first sip did not bode well – but after 20 minutes of sitting with it, the actual flavour of the coffee was excellent.
Cost – $3.80 for regular
Coffee Supplier – Adelaide Hills Coffee Roasting Company, 1 Hereford Avenue Hahndorf – after a Google search, no website found.
Fair Trade – Unknown – no indication instore, but I suspect not.
Venue Suitable for:
- Quiet Chat, Deep and Meaningful and Study and Reflection – there is plenty of seating, both inside and out – just make sure you are not there during one of their special ‘sing along’ times. There is a Beatles Sing Along session coming up soon!!