Tommy & E Specialty Coffee

Burpengary

Tommy & E Specialty Coffee is a hidden gem of a tiny cafe found tucked into an arcade in Burpengary.

The local go-to for Cleanskin Coffee Co's specialty coffee, Tommy & E also serve a range of organic teas, juices, smoothies and milkshakes.

Tommy & E Specialty Coffee Burpengary

The breakfast and lunch menu features classic toasties, wholesome wraps, croissants, quiches or eggs benedict served on English muffins.

Tommy & E Specialty Coffee Burpengary

Their front counter is filled with sweet treats including chocolate mud slices, biscuits, cakes and muffins.

Tommy & E Specialty Coffee Burpengary

Tommy & E stockalso  a range of local products such as honey, jams and preserves which are also available for puchase.

Tommy & E Specialty Coffee Burpengary

In a nutshell - Great coffee, wholesome food and local products available for purchase.

Nice to know - Parking available within the Burpengary Business Centre.

By Lucy Hordern

Tommy & E Specialty Coffee

33 Progress Rd

Burpengary

Opening hours

0431 242 510

Map

33 Progress Rd Burpengary

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