Local Tips for the South Coast – Best Coffee and Breakfast4 February 2020 – posted in: Rosie's Tips, Uncategorized
Planning a getaway? It’s time to head to the South Coast. Cupitt’s is bringing you the best insider tips on where to Eat, Drink and Play in coastal villages of Milton, Mollymook and Ulladulla
The South Coast is an ideal place to escape. There is so much to see and do and great places to eat and drink, there is something for everyone. Year-round the South Coast offers locals and tourists a collection of beaches, brunches and bars that will tickle your sea change fancy. Here are our top picks for the Best Coffee and Breakfast on the South Coast.
Cupitt’s Estate serves Daily Grind Coffee from 10am every day. Daily Grind is roasted on the South Coast in Gerringong, with over ten years of speciality roasting experience. We are serving the Werri Blend which provides a rich smooth cup with a good balance of acidity and body, hints of sweet dark chocolate aftertaste. Hot tip – enjoy with our famous Cornish Scones with Clotted Cream and housemade Rhubarb Jam. Most people stay and take in the amazing outlook, but if you are on the go Cupitt’s has the Green Caffeen system in place so you don’t need to use single-use cups.
If you are looking for a more hearty breakfast you are spoiled for choice for great cafes in Mollymook, Milton and Ulladulla. Whether it’s for a full-on big breakfast, house-made granola or perfect eggs and avocado there is something for everyone. Here are a few of our favourite coffee shops and brunch spots around town.
Peach – Serving coffee from Melbourne’s St. Ali roasters, middle eastern-inspired delights and their sweet fuzzy dreams, Jazz and Amber have returned home to the South Coast from living in Melbourne to bring you Peach, a very warm diner with delicious food!
Next door to Peach you will find the very famous Pilgrims Vegetarian cafe founded in 1980. Famous for burgers but also for an epic veggie breakfast, awesome juices, smoothies, coffees and cakes. A local institution, hard to go past a Bliss Burger and a Bombie.
Cross the road on Wason Street from Pilgrims and you will find Duke and Co, a beautiful cafe with garden courtyard serving Pablo & Rusty’s Specialist Coffee and breakfast packed full of local produce from nearby Claydon Park, served with warm friendly service.
On the Highway, you will also find Flour, Water, Salt who stock great bread, cakes and gelato! Yum. Closed Sunday and Monday.
Just a few minutes through the rolling country hills, (via Croobyar Road) you will find Milk Haus, situated in the Old Cheese Factory at Woodstock. This wholefoods cafe delivers super fresh, honest, simple fare that is also very yummy. Serving All Press coffee and a range of other nutritious beverages. Arrive anytime between 8.30–11.30am for brekkie. Warning – it is always very difficult to decide what to have, everything sounds (and is) so good!
Treehouse Cafe is situated in the heart of Ulladulla, with super fresh food served alongside Art of Espresso Coffee. They also have a range of other beverages like matcha latte, warmed golden almond milk (spiced with turmeric, ginger and cinnamon) and a bunch of Bodhi organic teas. Their smoothies and cakes are famous!
Perched by Ulladulla Harbour you will find Native. This eatery serves up dishes loaded with superfoods and local veggies plus some amazing smoothies. If you’re an early riser, you’re in luck as brekkie begins at 6.30am, which means it comes with incredible coastal sunrises. Spice up your morning with chilli fried eggs, corn, guacamole, turtle beans, coriander and house-made flatbread. Or start sweetly with a mango chia pot, packed with passionfruit, coconut milk and roasted macadamias. The coffee is Will & Co’s Eight-O-Eight house blend, plus there are Mayde organic teas, turmeric lattes and a ‘rosetta’ latte: local milk infused with beetroot, hibiscus, ginger and maca.
Sunday Life – ‘We don’t take ourselves too seriously, but we do take our coffee very seriously and we want to create an impression that leaves a very distinct mark. A mark committed to quality, diligence and a little bit of tomfoolery.’ Sunday Life Coffee was forged from years of trade experience in speciality coffee from across the United Kingdom, wider Europe, New Zealand and Australia. This knowledge is now dedicated to helping develop and foster the coffee culture on the South Coast, NSW. This place is all about coffee with a few sweet treats on hand. The shop also doubles as a vinyl record trader so you can peruse the collection of vintage tunes whilst sipping on your bevvy. Make sure to secure a spot at the “Pac-Man” table where you can have a few goes at some of your favourite childhood arcade games.
Woodburn Deli is tucked inside the small shopping area at Mollymook, just across the road from Bannisters Pavillion and Tallwood Restaurant. Serving everything you need for a picnic at the beach, morning tea or lunch and delicious coffee to boot, this is a hidden gem in Mollymook just waiting to be discovered. Top Tip – their muffins are legendary.