Shop 1270, Westfield North Lakes, 123 N Lakes Dr, North Lakes QLD 4509, Australia
123 North Lakes Drive North Lakes QL
0490 958 021
Monday 9:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Tuesday 9:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Wednesday 9:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Thursday 9:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Friday 9:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Saturday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Sunday 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
About the business
Australian Specialty Coffee Roastery Cafes - Coffee Hit
Coffee Hit Roastery Cafes bringing the best of Melbourne's specialty coffee culture to the whole of Australia. Visit us in-store or shop with us online.
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Recent Google Reviews
Daniel Armstrong said 3 years ago
The food options here are pretty average, I've never been overly impressed with what I've eaten here. The coffee is sensational though. This is my favourite place in North Lakes to get a coffee, it never disappoints.
Zandra Farr said 4 years ago
Went here for breakfast. Staff were casual and friendly. Ordered the Eggs Benedict which had a point of difference being served with a slow braised ham hock. I was really looking forward to this however the ham hock lacked taste and was quite fatty and gelatanious. Coffee was good but so it should be for a place that is marketed as so. The ‘lemon poppy’ cake which was a mini muffin with a dollop of cream cheese icing was stale, hard and unappealing to swallow especially at $6.50. Overall I gave one star for the service and coffee. Nothing for the food. If you feel like throwing your money away at an over priced trendy coffee place that clearly has significant markup to cover the aesthetic of what it is fronting then make your way down.
Jordan Wight said 3 years ago
The food is pretty average so i wouldn't suggest this place for lunch but the drinks here are amazing
KC matee said 4 years ago
My chicken club and eggs were cold. But they seem to show alot of passion for take away coffee and hot drinks
Brodie Henderson said 4 years ago
Great food, great atmosphere and bloody fantastic coffee! :)
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