Rose & Edward Espresso

Windsor

Rose and Edward Espresso is a Windsor cafe with a pleasant outdoor ambience, offering plenty of comfortable seating in an enclosed wooden courtyard.

The team here at Rose and Edward have thought of everyone, with a children's play corner and a dog friendly area right next to several wall-mounted bike racks.

Rose and Edward Espresso Windsor

The breakfast/brunch menu includes some classic names such as The Staple (bacon and egg wrap), The Cure (eggs your way),The Go To (smashed avocado toast), The Beef Burger, The Wrap (chicken and bacon wrap), The Vegetarian (hearty vegetable stack), and The Old Faithful (Eggs Benedict), as well as a selection of home baked muffins, biscuits, and slices.

Rose and Edward Espresso Windsor

Service at Rose and Edward Espresso is warm, fast and friendly. They serve a great cup of Elixir Coffee, smoothies, juices and varying flavors of Origin Tea.

Rose and Edward Espresso Windsor

They also serve tempting Kid's Brekky Boards or Kid's Lunch Boards, especially designed to keep the little ones satisfied.

Nice to know - Elixir Coffee is roasted just a few minutes up the road.

By Lucy Hordern

Rose & Edward Espresso

110 Maygar St

Windsor

Opening Hours

0432 536 772

Map

110 Maygar St Windsor

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