[CLOSED] L'etoile Cafe (Farrer Park)

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* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. * Inspired by the indie cafes in Japan, L'etoile is a hidden gem in Farrer Park. It offers an off the beaten track venue for a quiet afternoon to be spent over drinking coffee and reading good books. Come evening when the sun has set, relax with a glass of wine or a jug of beer at our alfresco area. For a cooler atmosphere, head upstairs and find yourself amidst a mix of eclectic furniture.

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A beautiful cup of flat white served. With the nice art on my cuppa, it made me feels happier.

A nice chill out place about 5 to 8 minutes walk away from Farrer Park station. Will be back for more. 😊


This cup has a balanced proportion of both the milk & espresso shots.


The sofa seats looks so comfortable. Haha but they are probably popular and hard to get hold of. Wifi and power socket are available, but strangely the sockets I tried to use don't seem to be working, I will still give them the benefit of the doubt that it is probably spoilt.
About this pasta, I have to say I am slightly disappointed. The pasta itself is okay BUT the prawns are seriously overcooked. Even though it has been partial deshelled in the mid section, while biting it, it still felt like there is a layer of shell outside =/ #burpple


Tom yum sauce lacked flavour and depth. Very salty, one dimensional and tasted like it was straight from a packet. Crayfish wasn't the freshest and was quite bland. Overall not worth it for the price of $24++, wouldn't recommend this.


Café feels French, coffee tastes robusta Brazilian. L'etoile is one of those quaint café that sits quietly on the roadside drawing you towards it with all its charm. Sit back, order an oreo cheesecake ($5), some espresso ($4) or an iced tea ($5) if it is too hot, and feel yourself smiling pleasantly.


The toast is so fluffy... And the hand made whipped cream taste so buttery.... The berry compote just add extra flavor to the "oready very flavorful " bread.