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Published May 25th 2021
Ku-Tea means a place of meditation
Family-owned and operated cafe in the heart of Wilston Village with a great atmosphere, homemade food and delicious coffee.
The Cafe is at the corner of Kedron Brook Rd and York Street. Photo by Author.
Outside there is a bike rack where it is possible to safely park the bicycle and then enjoy the great atmosphere of Ku-Tea. Also, commuters can grab their coffee on their way to work, Ku-Tea opens its door very early in the morning.
Inside the Cafe, place for two with view over the window. Photo by Author.
Baked from scratch are scrumptious muffins, mouthwatering fruit toasts and delectable almond croissants to enjoy with a hot drink. Ku-Tea delivers to you fresh brewed coffee Aromas. In particular, Aromas has been roasting a selection of premium quality coffee blends for almost forty years.
Enjoy a cup of coffee with your friends, with your family, with your group or by yourself! .Photo fromhttps://www.facebook.com/Cafe-KuTea-211151053140353/photos
There are vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options. Also, there is alternative milk for your coffee for different dietary requirements.
A long time ago, the shop used to be a newsagency. Recently, the local community asked the City Council to dedicate more area in front of the shop. Today, there is a great area to sit outside and have a hot drink.
Ku-Tea is family-friendly and you can bring your pooch. In particular, a lady bakes special biscuits suitable for dogs. You can purchase the biscuits for $1 per packet. The revenue is donated to charity.
Special baked biscuits for your pooch. Photo by Author.
Sounds like a must visit location Cris, and only a short walk. The Bert Hinkler Park was of interest as I have been recording Australian aviation memorials for almost 40 years and that is a new one to me.