Good Fella Coffee is a super cool little coffee haunt located in Bella Vista. It’s the last place we’d expect to find such a a place such as this, in the midst of a Business Park, yet brewing up some mighty fine coffee.
Good Fella would not look out of place in the inner suburbs of Sydney, they are all about quality, with all food made on site and using a range of quality beans for their coffee.
The cafe is quite busy, with many young punters waiting out the front for their caffeine fix. The look and age of the clientele, complete with their hip outfits and laptops, reminded me of a uni hangout or a bunch of mates talking all things coffee.
For the milk coffee and cold brew they use Single O, a top Sydney’s top roaster, which is a bonus for the locals, meaning they do not have to travel to far to get a quality coffee.
They also have guest roasters on rotation. This weekend they had Melbourne’s Wood and Co Coffee Roasters with one from Ethiopia and Kenya. The baristas know how to make a quality cup.
The latte and cappuccinos were nice and smooth, with beautiful latte art. They do have batch coffee, as well as mochas, matcha and chai latte.
The interior of the cafe has an industrial feel, with cement floors and bench tops, with visible aircon units and plenty of wooden bench seating facing inwards to see the baristas in action.
Good fella is emitting a bunch of good vibes through their friendly staff and a chilled cozy atmosphere to with some good tunes in the background.
Their menu is limited in the sense that it doesn’t host much more than bagels, toasties, pizza by the slice and some other sweet treats like cookies and cakes. That said, the range of bagels is extensive.
They focus on quality, with all bagels made house; boiled and baked and you can grab them plain, or with toppings. We got a few plain to go – rye, poppyseed, blueberry and plain. We also had a filled one in store, the “breaky” – filled with pastrami, scrambled egg, american cheese and russian dressing
Being winter there’s a few new additions; the chicken soup and the amazing porridge; steel cut oats with tahini caramel, poached pear and red grapes. This was seriously tasty and super filling.
Overall we were very impressed with this cafe and glad we made the trek out. We just wish it was closer to home.