Cat & Cow Coffee is a little corner shop cafe in Randwick that is passionate in promoting themselves to be a sustainable Zero Waste venture.
Image – Cat and Cow Cafe
This concept extends to not using plastics, as well as reusable coffee cups and dine in if you can. During the COVID19 regulations, I’m sure this is very hard, though they are doing a good job! I did grab some takeaway food and like that it came in a recyclable box and wooden cutlery.
The menu is simple, but lovely. It boasts avo or eggs on toast, brekkie rolls, smoothie bowls or porridge. My visit was at lunch time and I was keen on the veggie quiche, but unfortunately it had sold out. There was a winter soup or salad so I opted for the salad. It was a rocket salad, with fresh beets, chickpeas, hummus and goats cheese. It was light and fresh and super delicious but just quite small for me and for $16, and given there isn’t a major protein to fill you up, it would be great to be a bit bigger.
They do also have sandwiches, pastries, and little power cubes (gluten free and vegan raw snacks).
The coffee is by black market roasters which we like, and I enjoyed my latte, served in a huskee cup. If coffee isn’t your thing, there’s smoothies, milkshakes, fresh juice and kombucha as well as turmeric, beetroot and lattes.
They also have some shelves in the window selling WOW soap bars – war on waste and coffee related goods.
We love that the cafe is environmentally conscious. Service is super friendly and efficient so it’s a comfortable place to dine.
49 Clovelly Road
Randwick NSW 2031