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Frankie Espresso from Burleigh Waters Opening hours

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Opening times from Frankie Espresso

What are the opening hours of Frankie Espresso? When is Frankie Espresso open? Here you can find the answers to your questions. The opening hours for this place have been verified by several sources. So you can be sure that you won't arrive out of hours. Current business hours may vary due to the pandemic.

The rating of this Premise is really good. Is is with 5.0 one of the best out there. In the evaluation comments you maybe find special dates where opening times differ.

Just call the restaurant on (+61)33146342480 to ask about opening times or to ask for closed holidays. Also book a table for yourself.

Opening Hours

  • Monday 00:00 - 00:00
  • Tuesday 00:00 - 00:00
  • Wednesday 00:00 - 00:00
  • Thursday 00:00 - 00:00
  • Friday 00:00 - 00:00
  • Saturday 00:00 - 00:00
  • Sunday 00:00 - 00:00

Contacts

  • Address: Shop 1 / 1718 Gold Coast Highway, Gold Coast, Queensland 4220, Australia, Burleigh Waters
  • Phone: +6133146342480

Reviews

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Always great to Start the day here at Frankie . Coffee and toasted sandwich always parking early. Coffee is fantastic.


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tacos by night, coffee by day...simple cafe with coffee being the feature. not much food on offer but it more about the caffeine hit.bit noisy to sit outside as its on the main highway, but go early enough and it wont be a problem before the traffic starts to get busy. Nice coffee.


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The Magic Apple

Burleigh Waters, Shop 2, Fifth Avenue, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia

Cafes, Vegetarian Friendly, australian, Vegan Options, Hobby Shops


Went for breakfast here as we had been a couple of years ago and really enjoyed it. Apparently the business has changed ownership since. We were greeted to several empty stainless steel display cabinets and one with a few sickly looking cafe items under it. The AstroTurf and neon lights in the cabinet didn't help. While the cafe was relatively empty, the noise in the place made it nearly impossible to talk to the person next to you. Having a juice and coffee bar in the same space as the tables doesn't help, and the juicer is extremely loud and interrupting when it's in use.The decor is dingy and a bit dated; there's no real coherent style and it gives the place a cold industrial feel. The couches in the corner were once modern red pleather, but are now tatty and look pretty rough. Coffee was pretty bland, bafflingly received a long black in a huge mug so it was quite watery. The meals were overpriced and quite ordinary. We all ordered at the same time but the meals were brought out some time apart from each other. While quite nice, they were nothing to rave about. The breads that came with the breakfast were a letdown - they looked and tasted like something you would get from the 7-11 next door. Overall the Magic Apple offers a tempting draw card as being one of the only places around that offer full organic vegetarian and vegan meals, but one could do far better from a vegetarian or vegan option from a mixed cafe.