What I like the most about Di Bella roasting warehouse is the constant aroma of fresh coffee in the air. I first came across Di Bella roasting warehouse a few months ago when I was walking back to my car after a work meeting nearby and simply couldn't resist the coffee smell.
Variety of coffees on offer
Food is really good and reasonably priced too. Their take away sandwiches make for a good week day lunch and they bake most of their pastries in house.
Hubby and I loved the fact that despite being busy, Di Bella roasting warehouse was not completely packed on a Sunday morning and we were able to get a table straight away. Here is what we had for brekkie:
House made pastries - apple and cinnamon muffin, plain croissant and almond croissant
Ahh, hubby and his multiple orders every time we go out... The waiter was actually surprised to see only 2 of us when she brought so much food to the table. All pastries tasted good. I was surprised by how authentic the plain croissant looked & tasted. I particularly liked the almond paste filling in the almond croissant.
I got a very generous served of steamy scrambled eggs with sautee mushrooms. Simple, tasty dish.
Scrambled eggs on La Madre sourdough ($8.90) with a side of mushrooms ($3)
Of course, you can also by beans and all sort of coffee accessories to take home at Di Bella roasting warehouse. They offer a huge variety of beans on site.
But to be quite honest, we prefer to stick with Seven Seeds for take home beans :)