Neighbourhood Coffee Roasters

Albion

Neighbourhood Coffee Roasters' warehouse and edible garden courtyard in Albion is a funky converted warehouse where the fragrant coffee beans are roasted for their Neighbourhood Cafe in Bardon.

The Albion roastery stocks plenty of beans to purchase as well as serving an array of foods along the lines of croissants, sandwiches, avo toast, banana bread, brownies, blondies and gluten-free muesli.

Neighbourhood Coffee Roasters Albion

Aside from coffee in abundance, they also serve cold pressed juices, milkshakes, turmeric lattes and matcha green, as well as cold brew lemongrass and rose Nitro tea (on tap) and cold pressed single origin Ethiopian Nitro coffee (on tap).

Neighbourhood Coffee Roasters Albion

Need to know -Neighbourhood Coffee Roasters is located at the rear of the Albion Fine Foods complex, where there is car parking onsite.

Neighbourhood Coffee Roasters Albion

In a nutshell - A unique coffee and food venue worth driving across town to visit.

*Opening hours correct at time of visiting in May 2017.

By Lucy Hordern

Neighbourhood Coffee Roasters

97 Sandgate Rd

Albion

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97 Sandgate Rd Albion

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