Café Safak in Goreme, Cappadocia, Turkey

Who would have thought that the first coffee shop that we visited in Goreme in Cappadocia Turkey would have a Melbourne Australia trained Barista!

We were on our way to visit the Open Air Museum in Goreme to explore the unique cave monasteries, chapels and churches which date from the 11th century when we were enticed into Café Safak by the smell of coffee brewing.… Read the rest

Real Greek Coffee at Mokka in Athens

We did a food walking tour, and one of the places we visited was to have a Real Greek Coffee at Mokka in Athens. Mokka specialty coffee shop is near to the Omonia food market, and just around the corner from Monastiraki Square. They have been making coffee to the...

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Since 1938 Sant’Eustachio Il Caffè has been carrying on the tradition, always having one priority: quality. Sant’Eustachio blend Thanks to the use of Sant’Eustachio blend, made with the best Arabica beans, and the special preparation of its Gran Caffè, Sant’Eustachio...

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Le Sabot Rouge Montmartre Paris

Le Sabot Rouge Montmartre Paris This café is pretty, but then so are all of the cafes on the Place di Tertre in Montmartre, Paris. It is a matter really of choosing one that gives you the best vantage point of everything that is happening here. There is no denying...

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