Pallet Espresso

Pallet espresso hidden in the back lanes of Spencer and Little Collins combines authentic Japanese cuisine with world class specialty coffee. A bold and timely move by owner operator, Peter, of wildly successful Purple Peanuts.

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The wooden theme (hence; pallet) is a beautiful artistic design that compliments the deli cafe feel while combining those aesthetics with the Asian takeaway.

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Walls are decorated with chip board, menus are black board encased in pallets of wood and the glossy tables are a rainbow of wooden thatch.

I can’t fault the espresso. Perfectly balanced champion from sensory lab – a seasonal espresso that keeps baristi on their toes – bringing out the subtleties of fruitiness and lemon acidity without losing any of the body. Well done David! No funny business there!

As a coffee buff I have yet to try the Asian cuisine however I am a frequent visitor to Purple Peanuts next door and can say that while the menu at pallet is shorter it will be just as sweet!

Twitter.com/@palletespresso If you can’t find pallet is across the road from Spencer Street Station. Enter via Collins Street.

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Published by jonathonsciola

Entrepreneur Melbourne. 0466 418 990

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