Stranded Gourmet Bar - Mosman
With a look & feel reminiscent of the many laneways in Melbourne, this cafe offers a unique blend of indoor and outdoor dining along with a kiosk style takeaway counter.
I tried the Roman coffee, Sant’Eustachio, and it was noticeably different in a pleasant way. I could taste the hint of wood, reflecting the style of roasting.
Well done for finding a unique taste for Mosman coffee lovers!
This cafe is a contemporary style cafe with a delightful kiosk with open courtyard style dining with a refurbished indoor dining area.
This is an ideal setting as it is sheltered from the noise and the elements. A good spot for a quiet meal and coffee, and to find a quiet corner to read the paper.
Walking? Easy access. This is in the heart of Mosman on Military Road. Just look for the hardware store, the Strand Passage is a lane-way leading down to the car park.
Driving? Easy to get to by car.
Parking? Plenty of parking in the council car park behind the shops. If you're lucky, parking is available on the street.
Those familiar with the Lower North Shore Coffee scene will recognise Bay Roasters as the elegant cafe at the back of the Woolworths car park at Neutral Bay. The beans are roasted locally, it doesn't get much closer than this!
Since 1938 Sant’Eustachio Il Caffè has been carrying on the tradition, always having one priority: quality. Thanks to the use of Sant’Eustachio blend, made with the best Arabica beans.
The raw coffee is slowly roasted over wood to be tasted in the coffee shop, but it is also possible to buy some to make your own coffee at home. All the coffee varieties, roasted, washed and selected, are top quality. The freshness and the high quality of the product guarantee an ever fresh fragrance and a quintessential aroma which cannot be found in the coffees of large-scale retail trade.
Currently, Sant’Eustachio Il Caffè buys fair trade coffee from cooperatives of producers from Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Ethiopia and Brazil, and also buys special coffee from Galapagos and St. Elena islands.
Courtesy of the Sant’Eustachio website.