Port Elliot Bakery – Port Elliot, SA
31 North Terrace, Port Elliot, SA, 5212
The Port Elliot Bakery is one of those South Australian iconic locations when it comes to baked goods – for me, it is like the Marysville Bakery – it is just that good. Being that good is probably why the customer service is just so BAD – because of their excellent chocolate donuts, whenever we have visitors staying with us, the Pt Elliot Bakery (like Ballast Stone Winery, and the Alexandrina Cheese Factory) is one those places you just have to stop – and so after dozens of visits, we are yet to strike a person who is pleased to be working there or pleased to see a customer….but this is not a customer service blog, now is it (now that is an idea that will fester…)?
Latte Quality – Excellent – which surprised everyone, because the girl making it hardly even looked at the machine – seemingly focussed upon the clock which was ticking down to knock off time (or so we mused).
Cost – $3.80 for a regular take away, which was on the small side of things
Coffee Supplier – Griffiths Coffee
Fair Trade – No indication in store – in actual fact we had to ask the girl what the coffee was – and at a great inconvenience to her, she says over her shoulder as she dismisses us “Griffiths”
Customer Service – – would have been less painful and awkward to make it myself
Venue Suitable for:
- Quiet Chat, Deep and Meaningful, and/or Study and Reflection – No – one of these – just way to busy (the baked goods as that great – it is not unusual to see a line up of people out the door and the down the street, despite there being about 15 staff working inside – they are efficient, just not friendly).
Posted on August 15, 2011, in Café/Bakery, Griffiths Coffee, Port Elliot and tagged Coffee, Espresso, Excellent, Fleurieu Peninsula, Latte & Food Review, Poor Customer Service. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.