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Alpha Espresso Bar Epping NSW






Worth considering - a generous serve of smoked salmon with your poached egg, veg and bread slices.




Families and couples were digging into their food that late weekend morning.  The menu can be limited and this made me think this is more of your suburban cafe.   Formerly a Pablo & Rusty franchise joint, what first caught my interest was to have good coffee - and this met my high expectations.

The place  is more narrow and deep in kind of layout in the old style rather than more contemporary wider shop fronts.  Weekend papers are strewn over the tables like a hub for breakky devotees.    For me this cafe was just a pit stop between different points on a busy schedule.   So it is not right for me to evaluate or comment further on the food at this juncture.

The location near Epping Rail Station and linked bus stops can be useful.Alpha's competitors could be the Nero Cafe further towards Oxford Street or the facility rooms at the Epping Club near Coles Supermarket.

Toilets are at the back outside but its maintenance could be improved that day.  I find a dearth of public accessible toilets around this part of Epping - and even the one at the rail station is easily for use by commuters as it is within the ticketed area.










The Alpha Espresso Bar is located at 42 Langston Place, Epping NSW.   
Contact + 61 2 9368 4828




My impressions of the Alpha Espresso Bar in Epping NSW:
Ambiance: 2.5 out of 5
Customer Engagement: 3 out of 5
Culinary Delight: 3 out of 5
X Factor:  2.5 out of 5
Overall:   11/4 out of 5
 





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