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If you live in Australia you have noticed that the coffee culture here is very strong! They love to eat breakfast out and are super picky about their coffee: they like to understand the origin of the grain and value a freshly roasted bean. But sit back and relax, we prepared a list below with some very common items served in cafes in Australia, so you can nail it your next trial!

  • Bacon and egg roll

Bread with bacon, egg and a sauce of your choice (tomato and barbecue sauce are the most popular, but garlic aioli and mayonnaise are also amongst the options).

  • Banana bread

It’s like a sliced ​​banana cake. The most traditional way of eating it is toasted with butter. It’s a delight!

  • Eggs on toast

Accompany your choice of bread (sourdough, white, multigrain, etc.), and your choice of egg (scrambled, fried or poached). Some extras are also offered such as spinach, halloumi and bacon, roasted tomato.

  • Ham and cheese Croissant

Croissant with ham and cheese that can be served toasted or fresh.


Short: Expresso, Piccolo, Machiatto.

Long: Latte, Cappucino, Flat White, Mocha, Long Black, Chai Latte,

Types of Milk: Almond, Coconut, Soy, Skim and Full cream.

Variations: Decaf, Strong, Weak, ¾ full, sweetener, Iced, extra hot, to name a few.

Of course, every cafe has its particularities that your future boss will explain to you in details over time. Out tip for you is, become familiar with the menu first, be punctual, show interest and positive attitude.

Good luck!