Shop 10, cnr Beams & Gympie Road, Carseldine QLD 4034, Australia
Cafe, Store, Food
(07) 3263 4429
Monday 5:30 AM – 7:00 PM
Tuesday 5:30 AM – 7:00 PM
Wednesday 5:30 AM – 7:00 PM
Thursday 5:30 AM – 8:00 PM
Friday 5:30 AM – 7:00 PM
Saturday 6:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Sunday 6:30 AM – 6:30 PM
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george giret said 3 years ago
The best and most friendly team. I have been visiting this Zarrafa's for eight years. Beams road Carseldine central
J L- said 4 years ago
The staff are usually quite nice here and friendly. The standard of coffee is consistently good. (I am of course pretty fussy with coffee so Zaraffa’s is unlikely to get a 5 star from me). Croissants (toasted) are usually are good option but I think their open chicken sandwiches look like they dry out a bit in refrigeration cabinet so I tend to not order them. I ordered a carrot cake today and it was a little dry on the outside (must be because it’s standing exposed to air in refrigeration case too) but Mel, one of the barista’s, happily gave me some cream to help make it a bit more moist and tasty to eat. I like the fact that they are open from 5.30am during the week and they also close a little later than most small coffee shops. The biggest gripe I have with Zaraffa’s is their babycino’s. They are expensive and contain 4 marshmallows!! Which is a nightmare for any parent who is faced with the sugar rush, that follows if the child eats all 4 marshmallows. They also usually make the babycino with fridge cold milk and put forth on top. So be sure to ask for a slightly warmed up version if your child does not enjoy ice cold milk with milk froth. I would say that consistency across various franchise branches is always a challenge but Zaraffa’s manage it reasonably well. Most of all I would like Zaraffa’s to improve the way they protect the freshness of refrigerated cakes or sandwiches and I would definitely like their babycino’s to be cheaper, smaller in size and to have less marshmallows. Many coffee houses offer free babycino’s or charge 50 cents. Charging $2 is excessive to me and indicates to me that the menu planner is less focussed on adding value to the parent who is their primary client. Tables are always clean when I visit. Probably closer to a 3.5 star but I need to be consistent in my measurement of how I rate venues so I have opted to give it a 3 star for now. _________________________________________ PLEASE CLICK ‘LIKE’ if you found any part of my review useful or informative. I put a lot of effort into my reviews and it would make it worth while if I felt my time was well spent and made a difference. _________________________________________ For other reviews feel free to click on my Google profile. _________________________________________ THANKS
Brett Chilcott said 3 years ago
Gloria Jeans rip off. Standard franchise offering
Aaron Hempel said 4 years ago
Paid $6.20 for a small burnt coffee. Wasn’t the first time the coffee was burnt.
Margaret Hill said 3 years ago
Enjoy my coffee and time out here.
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