putney's family affair -
the heart of putney village is dolcini cafe, offering its locals consistently delicious coffee at the hands of the putney born-and-bred guardala brothers. ...read more
This a terrific family-run business, and it has been going for a good many years, quite possibly a decade now, and it's still tops. The drinks are really creative, hot chocolates, and fancy milk drinks which the kids love. The biscotti is made on site, by the owners' mother, it is famous around this part of town. Service is always warm, and they know a lot of theread more
time for another update. took my girlfriend to dolcini for brekky for her 30th, the other day. booked an outdoor table in the sun. ok, no sun (until a little later), so it was a little cool; but at least it ostensibly avoided the blaring radio. play music, sure. but who needs to hear ads, while in a cafe? (and I'm in advertising.) ordered eggs florentine with smoked salmon;read more
It's high time I updated the record of my experience here. At the invitation of the big boys who own and run the joint, my partner and I returned to re-evaluate. On that occasion (a while ago, and too long to remember precisely what we consumed), staff were much more responsive and attentive (though there's still room for improvement) and the big breakfast I recall Iread more
At least 3 times a week I travel all the way from South-East just to satisfy my tastebuds at Dolcini, the service and menu have now given me an addiction. Coffee made to perfection and an atmosphere that keeps me there for hours (you dont ever want to leave) Dolcini is sure in my top 4 in Sydney. x
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Atmosphere? It's NOISY! You might as well stand on George Street, outside the Queen Vic, listen to the music of Sydney Buses, be jostled by passers-by and breathe in the fumes. I can believe the Dolcini fanclub so rudely discounts and dismisses others' alternative experiences,read more