It's often the service that makes a cafe a regular drop in spot for me (along with good food and coffee of course!) The most recent great service I've had is at The Wedge; a lovely little hole-in-the-wall local gem in Glebe.
The coffee here is five senses and very good. I'm always impressed when cafes can manage latte art on soy without it turning into a blobby mess.
The Wedge affogato
I love an affogato with a twist. The Wedge's version is served with cold drip coffee, ice cream and crunchy granola. It's absolutely delicious, and is basically a meal in itself with the addition of the granola, which adds sweetness and crunch.
Salad of cauliflower cous cous
A healthy salad with garlic and thyme roasted parsnip, almonds, sultanas and pepitas, and served with cauliflower that has been shredded into tiny pieces to resemble cous cous.
Sesame crusted eggplant sandwich
An asian inspired sandwich; shaved sprouts, roasted cashews and herb salad on soy and linseed bread.
The meals at The Wedge are simple and delicious; I can see why it is such a popular spot for a weekend brunch. There was a slight mix-up with our sandwich order, which was promptly and kindly fixed up by the waitstaff - they even took the charge off the bill which I thought was excellent service.