I had previously visited Denny’s Kitchen as part of a charity event earlier this year but on that occasion it was all about wine and not coffee – so today was my chance to sample a long black.
On the previous visit, they were a significant number of people in attendance – this morning, there were only a few which, along withe low level of lighting, gave it less atmosphere and, as a result, slightly less welcoming.
The coffee was served in the right cup (hooray) and displayed a reasonable crema – always a good start. And the flavour, whilst not being a standout against other coffee I have tasted in Geelong, was certainly very acceptable. No table service was offered – order at the counter and take a table number – which also meant that you had to get your own water and glasses if you wanted it.
All in all, the coffee was very good but from a coffee experience, it might have just lacked the spark that would demand a return visit ahead of others.
|Address:||66 Brougham Street|
|Telephone:||03 5223 2536|
|Open:||Seven days per week|
|Headline:||Located in an iconic Geelong building – the Geelong Wool Museum – the coffee is very good but first thing in the morning, it lacked a little atmosphere. A bit too big for the number of customers which presumably is not the case at other times of the day.|