Deedot Coffee House

Holland Park

by Deb Lidster

Located on the corner of Logan Road and Doughty Avenue, this Deedot Coffee House is a welcome addition to the Holland Park cafe precinct.

Bagel and coffee on table in Deedot Coffee House

Serving steaming cups of coffee from Espresso Botero, a boutique roastery in Northern New South Wales, Deedot offers an all day breakfast. There’s breaky bagels with ham, egg, cheese and tomato relish, Nat’s homemade bircher muesli with yoghurt, berries and apple, The Sister’s home-cooked baked beans with chorizo served with sourdough and poached eggs or for those with a hearty appetite – the Deedot breakfast of  poached eggs on sourdough with spinach, garlic mushrooms, herb roasted tomatoes and haloumi. Lunch options such as haloumi and lentil salad, Turkish toasted sandwiches and BLATs round out the menu.

Seating area Deedot Coffee House

Need to know: Stay tuned – Deedot has plans to open in the evenings as the go-to-place for locals looking for a quiet drink and some nibbles.

Deedot Coffee House

1/973 Logan Rd

Holland Park 

Mon-Fri 6-3:30

Sat-Sun 7:30-2

3161 5748

Map

973 Logan Rd Holland Park

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