As much as I dislike going to cafes that don’t have an online menu available (theirs is in coming soon status), I had read many good things about this bike shop cafe, and it was handy for both my sister and I to catch up.
So yes, there are bikes around and most of the tables are communal, but the place has it charm.
I normally find Italian coffee too bitter for my taste but I liked their brew.
Long black ($3.50)
They have gluten-free bread and, in general, staff members know how certain dishes can be tweaked to be made sans gluten. In the case of the dill cured Tasmanian salmon served with creamy scrambled egg + brioche, it was a simple bread swap. Both the salmon and eggs were delicious, BTW.
Dill cured Tasmanian salmon, creamy scrambled egg + brioche ($17 + $1.50 for GF bread)
The Deus breakfast burger, fried egg, slow cooked pork + romesco was a bit trickier. I was told the sauce contained gluten (it is traditionally made with bread) and even though I ordered it gluten-free, it came with sauce. Not a big deal as it was just a matter of scraping it out. Great breakfast sandwich.
Deus breakfast burger, fried egg, slow cooked pork + romesco ($10 + $1.50 for GF bread)
They have a few gluten-free baked goodies, too. Quite sweet but good for sharing.