Just today my hubby said to me:
“Remember how I paid $4 for two slices of toast at VAT2 in Bunbury a few weeks ago when we had breakfast there, and how we all thought it was shocking?”
“Yes …” I said, wondering where this was going.
“Well, seems like WA restaurants might be having a bit of a shake-up, and trying to emulate Melbourne prices.”
“Some places in Perth are advertising coffee for $2.”
“Wow, that’s something to write about,” I said, thinking next time I’m going to seek these places out and promote them.
What’s the price of a cup of coffee where you live?
So that got me wondering – how much do you pay for a cup of coffee at your fave cafe or restaurant?
My favourite place for a coffee is at Dome in Bunbury. I love it because I can sit and sip by the sea (and they have free wi-fi), but I do pay $4.00 for my regular cup of cappuccino pictured above.
I can’t remember where I took the photo below, but I obviously liked the swirl and the biscotti which were served along with it.
I’d love it if you would share this post, and then let us know in the comments, how much you pay for your favourite coffee tipple, plus where in the world you are.
A few of ZigaZag’s friends on Facebook have started the ball rolling:-
Jess in Cervantes pays $4.50
Jane in Ellenbrook coughs up $4.70
Yolanda in South Africa pays from around $1.20 – $1.50
Helen in England forks out $2.70
Now it’s over to you? What do you pay? And where are you?