When I told people I was going to have a look at an apartment in Brunswick, nobody could understand why, now I can hardly make it through the weekend without an invitation to meet someone out in Brunswick. While the apartment I went there to see turned out to be less than impressive a little cafe on Sparta lane turned the morning into a win.
Tucked away at the end of Sparta lane is Tre Espresso and just far enough off the main street to give you that feeling of self satisfaction for indulging your curiosity and finding what there is to be found.
What I found was coffee that was presented so well, you stop for a second and just admire what the barista has made for you. I hadn’t even had a sip and i was already enjoying the coffee. I know that it is what’s on the inside that counts and you want to know how it tastes. And It tasted good, but I felt a moment of guilt when I stirred in my sugar destroying the amazing presentation.
They offer a variety of cafe food. With sweets and sandwiches in a case upfront and hot foods available at the table. If you make it into the back room you can watch the pizza chef hand stretch the dough. He made me a pizza with gorgonzola and pumpkin and fresh rocket, it was about the right size to share with a friend or polish it off yourself if you really hungry. Bigger than small but smaller then big.
Inside is decorated with record albums and vintage posters and large communal table perfect for spreading out the paper. Outside is a large seating area covered by an awning looking down sdarta lane towards Sydney Rd. Its fully licensed and open late on the weekends when there is live jazz in the lane way.