If you think it looks like a mini version of the silver van in the Charlie's Angel movie you'd be right. It is an American Airstream van popular with holiday makers in the USA during the 1960's. But rest assured, there are no "Chinese Fighting Muffins" here only freshly baked slices, muffins and croissants all served with a smile and of course a freshly made Segafredo coffee.
Quick witted Michael is also quick with the coffee
Owners Michael and Sasha are on duty early pumping out the richly aromatic coffee shots from 6:30am to 4pm daily (except Sundays) and it's not uncommon to see many of the locals pulling in to pick up a quick shot on their way to work. Sasha is keen to point out that the menu is ever expanding and that during the summer months the customers can enjoy extended trading hours.
Once the steady flow of of workers starts to dwindle a new set of coffee connoisseurs move in: dog walkers, cyclists, Mums and kids and locals who wish to relax under the shade of the fig trees and watch the world go by.
My perfectly brewed flat white arrives with a sumptuous slice of banana bread. I tuck in and smile to myself as a trio of kids race to grab front row seats to the roundabout in some old school chairs while Mum orders the "Fluffy Milk".
All fired up it's time to move on for the day... but maybe I'll be back later for some lunch?! It's definately quirky, and a little on the dark side, but an absolute must the next time you are in Noosaville and need a quick shot to get you going.