Alana Irvine | 06 September 2019

Tenerieffe is the one-stop destination when you're on the hunt for a great brew. They already have an incredible line-up of cafes, with more and more boutique coffee shops popping up every week! To make your decision just that little bit easier, we've rounded up 4 of the best boutique coffee shops in Teneriffe that you need to try.

Salt. Coffee Roasters.
Salt. Coffee Roasters can be found in the heart of Teneriffe on the corner of Commercial road and Dogget street. Recently opened at the beginning of 2019, owner Zac Lazerac, spent many months experimenting and perfecting Salt.’s roasts before opening its doors in Teneriffe. They offer a wide variety of food ranging from crumpets and toast, Rueben sandwiches, rotating salads and sweet treats. We hear they'll also be adding kombucha on tap to their menu soon enough! 

Kin and Co
Kin and Co is an all-time Teneriffe favourite and is definitely one not to be missed. They're famous for their decadent Cappacions topped with chocolate flakes. Can we let you in on a little secret? If you‘re not already addicted... you soon will be! They also have you covered for all-day breakfast, serving a wide range of vegetarian, vegan gluten-free food. Feel free to bring along your doggo pals too and treat them to a home-made peanut butter dog biscuit. 

Sourced Grocer
The Teneriffe local, located on the quiet Florence street, offers a modern, minimalist approach to their menu. Serving a seasonal menu that ranges from bircher muesli, home-made crumpets and avocado on toast, they’re all about using and showcasing fresh and local produce. They're the perfect place to drop in for a morning coffee, pick up fresh produce to stock the pantry as well as some flowers for that special someone.

No. 68 Bar and Café
If you’re a morning person and need your coffee fix. No. 68 has got you covered. They’re open every morning at 5.30am on the bustling Commercial road to serve you a great cup of coffee with all smiles. They offer specialty coffee, craft brews along with delicious food and a great atmosphere. Their Belgian waffles? Amazing. 

About the author


Alana is a Psychology and Business (Marketing student) at the University of Queensland and a lover of all things fashion and beauty. In her spare time, she enjoys going out for brunch with friends and taking her dog for long walks. She loves to travel and you will often find her planning her next adventure.


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