The longer I spent in this North Curl Curl coffee shop the more I liked it. They roast their own coffee, do great organic food and they’re so close to beach & rockpool.
The review of this coffee shop in North Curl Curl is designed to fit in with our current tour of New South Wales outdoor swimming pools. There’s no book planned for now but a new website http://oceanpoolsnsw.net.au. So for now take a look at our earlier books…
Visit our books page to see all our books in more detail. You will find a description of each book, Fancy a Cuppa?, Fancy a Cuppa, USA?, Fancy a Cuppa by the Cathedral?, Fancy a Cuppa North Yorkshire?, and then links to buy.
It’s always a big plus when you walk into a small local coffee shop in a city suburb and you find a coffee roaster right there in the middle of the coffee shop floor. So Cooh roast their own coffee on-site, which is a great start.
I was a bit disappointed at first that they didn’t do a single origin, but actually once I took my first sip of their house blend, all was forgiven. I think I’d have failed those taste tests because this blend was as good as most single origins I’ve had in the past – how do judges tell the difference when coffee is this good?
Just looking around the place as I drank my post swim coffee, I could see they also do the rather good loose leaf teas from Ovvio so this is clearly a venue that likes to keep to top quality.
Cooh is actually a chemical formula (linked to organic food – see one of the pics in the gallery), and this is indeed an organic café. Even the cakes tasted healthy so don’t be shy – go for it. You can always go back for a few laps in the rock pool afterwards if you feel you need to.
64-68 Pitt Road, North Curl Curl, NSW 2099
Tel: +61 2 9939 8565
Facebook: Cooh Café & Roaster (regular updates)
7.00am – 4.00pm Monday – Wednesday
7.00am – 3.00pm Thursday – Friday
7.00am – 4.00pm Saturday
8.00am – 4.00pm Sunday
There’s only one little crossroads in North Curl Curl really and Cooh Café is right on it. Catch the Number 136 bus between Chatswood and Manly and it stops right at this crossroads.