Art enthusiast. Loves painting, bushwalking and travels. Writing what I love sparks my passion. Sydney, Australia.
Published August 4th 2012
Walking along Glebe Point Road, you'll find a wide array of interesting cafés and restaurants for your exploration. Clipper Cafe, in particular, has a unique character – the cosy setting is complemented with interesting decoration. Once you step in the shop, there are a few things that will certainly catch your attention - the ceiling fan, the bike pinned to the side of the wall and the quirky collections on the shelves. Adding to this, a small pot of flowers is placed on some tables, alongside the touch of green colour as part of the interior design, offering you a refreshing look and soothing feeling.
The café offers a table service and the friendly staff will come to take your order. My best spot is to pick the timber-seating underneath the stairs with colourful cushions available to enhance your comfort. Their home-brewed chai latte is my favourite; its taste is simply great and unique. However, the café doesn't offer cakes (except muffins) and so it is quite disappointing for someone like me who is a sweet tooth!
You can settle yourself comfortably at the seating underneath the stairs
As the shop opens 7 days till evening, you can try out their breakfast or simply relax yourself by having a cup of coffee. As Clipper Café has a lovely atmosphere and an unpretentious character, this little cafe is great for a hang-out on weekends.