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Cafe Long Shot Beecroft NSW















Owners Daniel and Melissa Farr have a busy cafe going on the weekend arvo we visited.   The staff are young and abuzz with work.   I do love the burgers here and they can be wholesome plus yummy.   The pumpkin wedges are a good idea that stands out.   There are hand crafted cakes, looking colourful and inviting.   Vehicle parking is not that hard for the shopping centre has provided that, although at rush hour one has to be patient, in this corner of a north-western Sydney suburb.


Coffee is Morgan's.  Why head down to Surry Hills or Balmain when you can have all this nearby from home?   This cafe is not to be confused a similar name sake in the Melbourne Docklands.   The brunch and breakfast menu is comparable to what I find in many of Wollongong's better barista cafes but the crowd in Beecroft can be of a different variety.   Maybe it is after Saturday morning activity for the kids and the older folks here look more reserved.  


We sampled the vegan lemon cheesecake and it was elegantly made, was rewarding and not too strong.  I would return for the burgers....







































Cafe Long Shot visited is located at Shop 18, 6-8 Hannah Street, Beecroft NSW.
No reservations taken.
One Cup from the Good Cafe Guide from the Sydney Morning Herald.

Opening hours are from 7am to 5pm on weekdays; from 7am to 3pm on Saturdays and from 7am to 1pm on Sundays.
Contact  +612  9980 5377





Cafe Long Shot Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato



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