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December 15, 2021 By admin Off

La Cure Coffee Shop.

A little cafe full of personality, tucked away at the Air Raid Arcade on Cavenagh Street. Mad Snake Cafe is a love letter to the 80s with posters all over the wall, board games to play and retro comics to read. The locally roasted coffee is delicious and cakes are fantastic. Also offers cold pressed juice blends, fresh salads and vegan options.

Chapel Lane Café.

A friendly, relaxing cafe, Chapel Lane Cafe is a great place to unwind and watch the world go by on Mitchell Street. Enjoy a freshly brewed coffee, cold drinks and yummy snacks from their affordable specials menu.

Kopi Stop.

Four Birds Cafe.

Ray’s Patisserie and Cafe.

If you’re like us, you’ll understand that coffee is the most important drink of the day. So we’re giving you the scoop on the best coffee stops in Darwin for the perfect flat white. Whether you like your coffee darker, lighter, sweeter or stronger, we’ve sipped our way around the city to round up the best options to kick start your day the right way.

Brown Sugar is a terrific cafe on Mitchell Street offering great coffee using specially roasted and ethically sourced beans. Breakfast and lunch options are brilliant here – colourful, full of flavour and simply delicious.

Brown Sugar.

Located in a quaint courtyard off the Mall, Four Birds Cafe is a serene spot to enjoy excellent coffee. Plenty of seating under shade also makes this cafe a lovely outdoor option for lunch. Delicious cakes, a variety of sandwiches, smoothies and other light lunch options are available on weekdays.

Mad Snake Cafe.

This delightful cafe brings a taste of France to Darwin. Freshly made crepes, organic coffee, great toasties, salad bowls and acia bowls full of goodness and flavour are some of the fantastic menu options. La Cure Coffee Shop is a jewel of a place.

A thriving coffee shop bringing Asian style breakfasts to Darwin. Kopi Stop offers a wonderful assortment of coffee with some of the best latte art that can be found in our city. Fun fact: Kopi is a common term used in Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia for coffee.

Located in central Darwin, Ray’s is a superb cafe offering an imaginative and tasty full service brunch and patisserie menu. Ray’s focuses on handmade, organic food to be enjoyed in a beautifully decorated indoor setting or outdoor courtyard area.

Yet if you don’t wish to take our word for it, we encourage you to get out and about and try each and every one!

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No matter who you are, whether you are resident or tourist alike to the Top End, we all want to know the same thing – where is the best place for breakfast/lunch or to grab a coffee in Darwin?! If you are anything like our team, we are big coffee lovers. Who isn’t?? So we have taken the liberty of trying out all the cafes, across the Top End to bring you the best of the best Darwin has to offer!

Phone (08) 8911 0741.

Shop 4, 14 Knuckey Street, Darwin. Known for: Best gelato in the Top End! The Taro & Coconut gelato is one of our favourites as well as their thick shakes. We haven’t tried their coffee yet – as it is so hard to go past the gelato and thick shakes! See the Reviews.

Besser Brew Bar.

Open: 6am – 3pm daily 69 Mitchell Street, Darwin. Very busy on weekends – expect to wait for your meal/coffee, however worth the wait. See the Reviews.

Known for: Great coffee & delicious Singapore breakfasts such as Kaya Toast & Eggs or Congee.

About 100metres from our office so this one is a favourite! Considered a Darwin Institution as it has been around for years. Known for: Great coffee and our favourite papaya & lime lassi See the Reviews.

Open: Daily Known for: Great location in Parap village, home to the Parap Markets held on Saturday mornings See the Reviews.

60 Winnellie Road, Darwin. Same owner as The Trader Bar Open: Weekdays only.

Located in an industrial unit in Coconut Grove. Known for: Its simple decor and a relaxed atmosphere. Great for a quick coffee or lunch on en-route to the Northern Suburbs. See the Reviews.

Open: Mon – Sat 6/116 Coonawarra Road, Winnellie Known for: Great Campos Coffee The owners of Laneway Specialty Coffee also own this cafe.

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Office Address Unit 32, 21 Cavenagh Street Darwin NT 0800.

Kopi Stop.

3 Harriet Place, Darwin. Open: Saturday and Sunday mornings from 8am for coffee and pastries. Known for: Fantastic coffee and the best Almond Croissants in the Territory!

45 Stuart Highway, Stuart Park. Known for: Great Campos coffee Owners of Alleycats Patisserie own this cafe See the Reviews.

Postal GPO Box 1935 Darwin NT 0801.

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The Best of the Best Cafes in Darwin.