Week 4, but who’s Counting?

Edward Cutcliffe used Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel as inspiration for his cafe and wine bar, Garçon. For all its espresso bar bells and whistles, including a vintage Probat roaster, pour-over options and service so good you almost feel underdressed. Garçon is as down-to-earth as your local neighbourhood joint!

It’s a deliberate attempt by Cutcliffe who is behind boutique roaster ‘The Little Marionette’ and Trafalgar Street Espresso to resurrect a bygone era. Located at the entrance at the Tramshed in Harold Park Gacon (Boy) has had to lay off around 15 full time and part members of their team.

It’s a deliberate attempt by Cutcliffe who is behind boutique roaster ‘The Little Marionette’ and Trafalgar Street Espresso to resurrect a bygone era. Located at the entrance at the Tramshed in Harold Park Gacon (Boy) has had to lay off around 15 full time and part members of their team.

But that has not stopped the reaming crew to still serving up scrambled eggs with housemade XO sauce, asparagus, cheese and charcuterie with a heavy French contingent, pâté, rotating Bau and yes of course coffee to go.

This is the time for humans to come together like never before.

Please support local small business.

By SEAN STARK FOR CONTRAST MEDIA

PUBLISHED: 11:20 AEST, 20 April 2020 | UPDATED: 15.30 AEST, 20 April 2020

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