This tiny little coffee place is a shining example of how good things come in small packages! I have been getting coffee here now for a couple of years and the coffee is possibly the best Ive had in Sydney. The quality is amazing and though it is strong, it is smooth, not bitter. The cafe itself is very small and usually heaving with people but it is worth the wait and the wait is actually not usually too long as they have the whole thing down to a fine art. There are usually about four baristas on the machine, all dressed in black and all looking very serious about their craft. They are not in any way unfriendly though, just too busy making great coffee to stand around engaging in idle chit-chat. That's not to say that they dont have time for a quick exchange with their long-time regulars though. There is no writing names on cups to tell coffees apart, they just know who it belongs to (because they are cool like that!). While I usually only stop in here for a take-away, I have on a couple of occasions met a friend here and sat at one of the little tables at the back for an affogato. Now the Campos affogato is something else altogether. I dont know what they do or whether its the quality of the ice-cream paired with the quality of the coffee but I have never had another affogato like it. It also gives me heart palpitations for the rest of the day but thats a small price to pay for something so good.