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Cafe Delizia

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by Wendy (subscribe)
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Published June 13th 2012
Take a short walk from the Museum Station, you'll find Cafe Delizia. The shop is spacious and welcoming. Indeed, I was drawn to the cafe as there is a back room filled with secondhand books (which looks like a small library), offering you a lovely ambience once you're inside. You can relax yourself on the couch while enjoying the food and reading the books.

The interior of Cafe Delizia is spacious and welcoming
The interior of Cafe Delizia is spacious and welcoming

The back room filled with books
The back room filled with books

Design in simplicity, the shop gives you a relaxing atmosphere. The shop offers daily special. I ordered a light meal - the pumpkin soup with toasts. The service was average but the food was good.

Pumpkin soup with toasts
Pumpkin soup with toasts

The shop doesn't have a clear sign on the operating hours. After checking with the staff, I was told that the shop normally opens until 5 pm on weekdays and 12 noon on Saturday. As the cafe is very close to Hype Park, you can take a morning walk and have bunch at the cafe on Saturday, or you can enjoy the breakfast first and then stroll through the park afterwards.

The place is quiet and cozy, which is a rare spot in a hectic city. So, you can truly relax yourself at the cafe.
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Why? A cozy cafe where you can enjoy good food and read books
When: Till 5pm Weekdays, 12pm Weekends
Phone: 02 92830599
Where: Shop 2, 148 Elizabeth St Sydney
Cost: On average $10-$15
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