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Published May 29th 2013
The things most worth doing are the hardest to pronounce
The Spot at Randwick is the place for cheap cinema tickets, tasty restaurants and cosy cafes. If you've got time before your movie, or wondering what to do afterwards, it should only be natural that Kurtosh is your first stop.
Located near the central roundabout at the Spot, Kurtosh is a comfortable cafe with a wide selection of baked goods and fine coffee. It's specialty, of course, is kurtosh; a Hungarian flaky, sweet pastry. They come in different flavours including coconut, cinnamon and chocolate.
The atmosphere is homely, with the staff being very friendly and accommodating and the mornings being highly welcoming to mums and their bubs. They bake most of their treats in the kitchen, so the whole cafe is filled with the warm aroma of fresh pastry. On top of the counter they offer taste tests for different sweets, which helps you decide from the overwhelming choice! Adding to the eclectic environment are the wooden tables and stools, contrasted by the colourful coffee mugs and crockery.
Kurtosh is not a very big place, so it's better for one-on-one catch-ups. It's wide selection of uncommon snacks and desserts definitely gives Kurtosh its edge. Next time you see a movie at the Ritz Cinema, pay a visit to Kurtosh.