Charlestown Square Shopping Centre, 166/30 Pearson St, Charlestown NSW 2290, Australia

Cafes, Coffee Shop

Cafe, Food

(02) 4946 2746

http://www.jamaicablue.com.au/

Open Hours

Monday 7:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Tuesday 7:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Wednesday 7:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Thursday 7:30 AM – 9:00 PM
Friday 7:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Saturday 7:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Sunday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM


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Craig Barnes said 4 years ago
Poor service is just the beginning. Could see our food but the male waiter thought he would give out everyone elses coffees in preference and give out our meal last and then to top it off brought a mates meal out first who was there after us. The food was cold! Do not have the vegetarian breakfast with poached eggs. There was hardly any vegetable! On a small piece of toast. Very little pesto too. An overpriced and very underwhelming meal. The halloumi was also overcooked. Our meal served on a large plate made it look even worse. 😡😠😡
Ankit Srivastava said 4 years ago
Worst service! Came in and sat down expecting someone to serve us. Waiter walked by looking at us and did not even tell us that we have to purchase from outside and then sit. Why would they have menu at the table then??? Ordered an avocado and prawn salad and zucchini fritters. Worst salad I've had which costs $17. It was mashed avocado which is clearly taken from bottles with heaps of preservatives. So not even fresh avocado and only 3 prawns. Dissapointed to say the least and this will be the last time we come here. Would not recommend this place to anyone. Would give 0 stars if I could!
Megan Hooper said 4 years ago
Service is great and especially their hot chocolates
Cheryl Flett said 4 years ago
Makeover has alot more seating. Friendly staff. Limited GF options. Almond & soy milk available. Coconut usually avail but not today. Wheelchair access. Order at counter, delivered to your table
Georgia Stephenson said 5 years ago
Absolutely horrible. Not even worth one star. Called up to make a take away order for 3 brioches and 3 drinks. The man read back the order to us over the phone which was correct and told us the total. Went to pick it up and I received 3 drinks and 1 brioche. I explained there's meant to be 3, so he said he'd make the other two. I said I'm on my lunch break so another girl will pick up the other two. My colleague went down there to pick them up and they never made them! Then explained we would have to pay for the other two brioches as they weren't put on the order. What a joke.

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