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The service here is good and very friendly. Our drinks arrived in good time and the caramel latte, the flat white and the chai latte were all given the nod of approval. Our meals took a little longer, possibly because the cafe was quite busy, but it was worth the wait. The steak sandwich dinner was so generous that my friend took half of it home for dinner! I ordered a bacon, avocado, cheese and sweet chili sauce melt with beer battered chips - it was as good as it sounds and was beautifully presented with the crunchy chips served in a mini deep fryer basket.
There's no shortage of delicious choices on Mocha Bella's menu and the range of sweet treats is impressive. If you're looking for somewhere to have a quiet chat over a coffee and something to eat, give Mocha Bella Cafe a try - it's hidden away inside the Plaza, so wander in.
Great review of this little hidden gem, Sandy. I used to teach at nearby Stafford Heights SS, and many a time I stopped by at Mocha Bella on the way home after a bad day for a coffee...it always helped! Lol. Sue and her staff, the service and the food are much better than the coffee club any day. Us locals were worried when the centre was redeveloped and included CC...but class wins every time! Lol. Another brilliant cafe in this local area is Luv a Coffee in the Everton Park Plaza. Run by Colin and Annette.