Now, you don't attach the word 'Artisan' to your name when you don't have the passion for it. Sucker like me will travel far and wide for something unique, especially food or coffee that is made with passion. I expect coffee quality from Typika to be exceptionally good.
Service was quick, and we liked the fit-out upon entering the building. It was a mesh-up between Melbourne warehouse with a suburban chill-out vibe (without the hipster but expect more western suburb furry coat wearer housewives).
Loved that herbie wall and the chill out corner.
|Just a normal cup of flat white|
|Basket of potato and sweet potato chips|
|Juicy pulled pork|
|Twice cooked master stock chicken with celeriac|
After this visit to an Artisan coffee roaster, I started to be sceptical. I might just stick to those specialty coffee bar/kiosk for some seriously kick-ass coffee.
Overall service was fast and somewhat too attentive. Coffee wasn't their strength. Food tasted great but it came with the western suburb's price tag. Wouldn't hurry back. We ended up driving to another coffee place to get our caffeine fix for the day.
Food Quality: 4 outta 5 pulled pork
Coffee Quality: 1.5 outta 5 pulled pork
Service: 3.5 outta 5 pulled pork
Ambience: 4 outta 5 pulled pork
Will I be back?: Not really
Open 7 days from 7am - 4pm.
Typika Artisan Roasters
331, Stirling Highway