Quality and passion are usually associated with Italy. Well, this tradition is handed down through the family.
The owners have their own blend of coffee, olive oils and traditional Italian sweets to make this cafe a little different to its neighbours.
The coffee is smooth and best accompanied with one or more of the pastries on display. Truly an Italian experience. They also offer breakfast and lunch menus.
The beach feel is ever so present along this strip of cafes.
Within the cafe, the warm and friendly staff (a special mention for Mrs Bertoni - terrific!) help make this a really pleasant experience.
The owners have had a long tradition in the Mosman cafe scene. Worth going, sit outside and enjoy Balmoral at its best.
Always buzzing with swimmers, walkers, runners and cyclists. The outdoor area is the main seating arrangement for an early coffee, breakfast or lunch.
The name. Bertoni, gets its name from the brothers, Bert and Tony. Got to love that creative flair!
11 The Esplanade
Mosman NSW 2088
Walking? Easy access. This cafe is right near the bus stop on the corner of Raglan St and the Esplanade. Once at Balmoral, the terrain is flat. Recommend a bus or car back up to Mosman village.
Driving? Easy to get to by car.
Parking? Plenty of parking in the council car parks and along the street in front of the cafe. The only exception is during summer when parking is challenging.
ABOUT THE COFFEE
Labelled, Beso Del Sol Espresso Coffee, is a traditional Italian coffee variation. According to their website, the coffee originated in Rome & is now roasted in Sydney. This artisan-style coffee is slowly roasted exclusively in small batches guaranteeing the beans are no older than 72 hours by the time served.