June's Coffee & Toppers
Coffee Spotlight,  Food and Drink

Coffee Spotlight: June’s Coffee & Toppers

Looking for a small hidden coffee place? Try June’s Coffee & Toppers!

Sydney’s CBD has a treasure trove of coffee hotspots. You just have to look for them. Today’s Coffee Spotlight comes in the form of June’s Coffee & Toppers, a small kiosk not far from Wynyard Station. Though, we hope you don’t mind a bit of a walk.

While it’s not a full-fledged café, June’s has a few small tables placed out of the way and attached to the wall and perfect for two people. The coffee is reminiscent to Starbucks where it doesn’t give the consumer a huge buzz if you drink too much. The coffee itself was really good and was just right. Not too hot. Not too cold Also, it warmed up my hands as I couldn’t feel my fingers the second I walked out of the station.

When I was there, the place was so busy as it was mid-morning when people were going to work. What was great about June’s was the friendly staff. The prices for coffee was so much cheaper than I would’ve thought. $3.50 for a small and $4 for a large with full cream milk? Yes, please! This beats the $5 I pay at Starbucks with Almond milk. I loved the cute setup it had though. It reminded me of those ice cream parlors you see in shows like Riverdale.

I saved money and that’s what counts. I’m not sure how much different milk was. I couldn’t find anything on their menu with a price. That I think was the only flaw or real issue I had with my experience.

Would I recommend June’s? I definitely would! However, other than the unknown extra milk price, I would want the kiosk to be a full café as its awkward standing on the sidewalk waiting for them to call you over for your order.

I rate June’s Coffee & Toppers ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ out of five.

C.J. Hawkings has written for the now-defunct Entertainment website, Movie Pilot. She now writes for FanSided website, Dork Side of the Force and WhatCulture.

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