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The best cafe in Bright

Hmm My mate Ray will approve this plug for his home town

Cheers Comrades

Kustom Kulture Australia

If you’re ever in the gorgeous alpine town of Bright in Victoria, you should check out the Coral Lee cafe. First of all it’s pretty cool, with its dash of 50s kitsch decor, like their vintage ceramics which are used for hot drinks. Secondly, and more importantly, their food and coffee is awesome!

My fiance is a self-confessed coffee snob, and searches out the best java whenever we’re somewhere new. She gave these guys the double thumbs up, which is a big call for her. Personally I was blown away by their banana muffins. The mix was one of the lightest and fluffiest muffins I’ve had in years, intermixed with small chunks of mushy banana. All topped off with a crusty top sprinkled with raw sugar. So damn good!

Check them out if you’re ever in Bright, pop into 8 Barnard Street and check them out.

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6 Comments

  1. Ray Dixon says:

    Yes Iain, I certainly approve of this post/plug and the KK blog – well found. That cafe is very popular with the locals too.

  2. Iain Hall says:

    Well that post is courtesy of my “we do not live by politics alone” philosophy 😉

  3. Ray Dixon says:

    Hmm, so does that mean we’ll see Iain Hall doing posts on:

    The Ashes series (bad luck about last night, England)
    Le Tour de France, currently in progress, and ….
    AFL footy?

    I look forward to it.

  4. Iain Hall says:

    Well your may get a post on the State of Origin Rugby league next week but generally I find sport as interesting as watching paint dry.

  5. Ray Dixon says:

    It’s an inherited English trait, Iain. In England it’s too cold and wet to go outside and play sport – that’s why they underachieve. Although then there’s Andy Murray’s win @ Wimbledon last week. Oh hang on … he’s a Scot!

  6. Iain Hall says:

    That is far from true Ray most of the global ball sports were invented by the British.

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