Lonsdale Street Roasters, Braddon

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CANBERRA | Lonsdale Street Roasters is a cafe in Braddon that’s known for its fantastic coffee. It opened in 2010 when owner Alistair Evans decided to create a place where he could source quality coffee, roast it, and pour it all under the same roof in Central Canberra. It’s a casual, open space that’s vibrant and popular with all kinds of people. Yes it’s a hip place, that’s popular with cyclists, students, and creative types, but it’s very welcoming too.

Along with fantastic coffee, there’s a decent selection of sit in breakfast and lunch options, along with some take away options like pastries, sandwiches, paninis, and rolls. You can also purchase coffee beans ground or unground to take home with you if you like. Also worth checking out are Lonsdale Street’s sister venues – Lonsdale Street Eatery (at number 23) and Remedy by LSR in Kingston and Belconnen.

Lonsdale Street Roasters

7 Lonsdale Street
Braddon
Australian Capital Territory 2612
Australia

Telephone: (02) 6156 0975
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Mon – Fri: 12:00pm to 3:00am
Sat: 2:00pm to 3:00am

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