Unico Espresso

Thorneside

Unico Espresso is a popular bayside breakfast/coffee haunt in Thorneside overlooking Beth Boyd Park and Waterloo Bay.

Open daily, customers can sit inside at little tables with bench seating lining one wall, at communal tables on the other, or al fresco with water views.

Unico Espresso Thorneside

The top-notch all day menu includes breakfast faves such as coconut porridge with lemon balm, seasonal fruit and local honey, and smashed avocado with Danish feta, fresh mint and lemon; while sweet tooths will be satiated with maple French toast with lemon curd, mascarpone and soft fruits.

Unico Espresso Thorneside

Heartier breakfast dishes include eggs benedict with poached eggs on sourdough with hollandaise and smoked paprika and Unico’s wholesome buddha bowl of spinach, avocado, marinated pumpkin and roasted chickpeas.

Unico Espresso Thorneside

Coffee on pour is by Toby’s Estate as well as single origin coffee. Otherwise, there are specialty teas, such as authentic chai leaf tea infused with milk, honey and cinnamon, milkshakes, smoothies, and sparkling sodas.

By Deb Lidster

Unico Espresso

100 Mooroondu Rd

Thorneside

Opening hours

3822 7361

Map

100 Mooroondu Rd Thorneside

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