0.5 miles
277 New King’s Road, Fulham, SW6 4RD

If you haven't yet visited Barossa then a visit should most certainly be on the cards.This quaint little Australian coffee shop and restaurant serves up delicious lunches, evening meals and snacks alongside speciality teas and freshly brewed coffees. My guest and I arrived for a lazy afternoon snack and were met with a chilled-out atmosphere and real sense of calm. Artwork is displayed on painted-brick walls and hues of pastel blue feature throughout the interior, creating a definite city-chic style. The staff are polite, professional and always happy to help. Feeling a little peckish, I ordered the Bondi Brekkie, which comprised well-seasoned chipolata sausages, smoked bacon, roasted plum tomato, corn fritter, garlic field mushroom, sourdough toast and the choice of either poached or scrambled eggs. The quality of the raw seasonal ingredients meant that this was not your run-of-the-mill fry up, and the fresh flavours confirmed as much. Of course, there are also sandwiches, snacks and more substantial meals available; if you visit in the evening, you'll even find dishes such as kangaroo steak on offer. Fresh food is just the tip of the iceberg, however. Barossa is renowned for its divine coffee and tea - it's all about fresh coffee beans and delightful loose leaf. Whatever you choose it is guaranteed to be a quality brew. We were hugely impressed - it's little wonder Barossa is talked of as the place to go for coffee in Fulham. Find Barossa on Twitter (@barossafulham) and Facebook (

Open: Mon-Weds 8am-5pm; Thurs & Fri 8am-5pm, 6pm-10pm; Sat 9am-5pm, 6pm-10pm; Sun 9am-5pm

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