Our favourite coffee spots in Windsor

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Windsor is a coffee haven. However you like your coffee, in the morning, afternoon, hot, milky, black, cold drip, along the main strip of Chapel Street alone, there’s an endless range of choices to satisfy.

Here, we reflect on our Windsor faves as we go about our copywriting, content creating, catch ups and meetings. 

Located across the street from us, we find ourselves regularly making a beeline for Tusk’s take away coffee window. Consistent product, good service and a friendly greeting goes a long way. Whether we are meeting clients, grabbing a quick brekkie or doing our own team catch ups, the choice of a relaxed outdoor or cosy indoor setting suits us just fine. In the warmer months, the tables out front create the trademark Windsor-in-summer vibe.

Given that we are spoilt for choice, we’ve settled on the two others within easy reach we most regularly frequent. 

Journeyman is a definite winner for us and it has won over Windsor and Prahran locals with its Instagrammable delicious fare served in an industry chic setting. Serving the famous Duke’s Coffee Roasters’ range, Journeyman is situated at the edge of Prahran and is the perfect spot for a tasty lunch and serves a slightly stronger coffee than our neighbours Tusk. 

Venturing across the road to OneThirtyTwo, a friendly little breakfast and brunch eatery with suitable seats for one in the window (perfect for a working lunch away from the office), the café serves a great many options as well as filled sandwiches and croissants. 

Come down to our hood and join us for a lunch date. Get in touch at info@anouskaco.com.au.

Emma Bartlett