The Dale Espresso Bar

Rochedale

Located on the corner of Underwood Road and Centre Place, The Dale is Rochedales's go-to for excellent espresso, breakfast, lunch and homemade treats.   

Counter with coffee machine and food display

Open daily, The Dale takes its coffee seriously serving single origin, organic coffee from PNG. Enjoy a cappucino, latte or cold brew served over ice with milk - the perfect pick-me-up on a hot day. Loose leaf teas, organic iced teas, frappes, smoothies and milkshakes round out the drinks menu.  

Sandwich with salad and tomato on a plate

An extensive selection of sweets are made in house including almond biscotti, banana loaf, lemon curd tarts, coconut macaroons, rocky road, jaffa fudge and french vanilla slice.  

Likewise, The Dale provides an impressive list of  breakfast fare from savoury mince and mushrooms on toast to eggs Benedict and the recommended breakie stack - ciabatta topped with rocket, avocado, fresh tomatoes and poached eggs.

Breakie stack of ciabatta topped with rocket, avocado, fresh tomatoes and poached eggs on a plate

Lunch options include salads, sandwiches, wraps and bagels made fresh every day. Try a gourmet sandwich on sourdough sourced from a local baker, or choose something savoury - like lasagne, quiche or veggie frittata - from the display case.    

by Deb Lidster

The Dale Espresso Bar

473 Underwood Rd

Rochedale

Opening Hours

3341 6725

Map

473 Underwood Rd Rochedale

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