Fossix Coffee

A coffee-filled escape from the hubbub of the CBD.
Rachel Fieldhouse
Published on February 19, 2019
Updated on August 05, 2021


Fossix Coffee has been serving up artisanal eats and specialty coffee on Pitt Street since its opening in 2016. Run by owner Jeremy Glass and chef Sean Kiely, the cafe boasts house-made pastries, cakes and other sweet treats that are a far cry from your run-of-mill CBD cafeteria eats.

Open from 7.30am every weekday, the foyer cafe is serving up espressos and iced coffees made on a rotating selection of coffee, including single-origin blends by Sample Coffee. Hungry visitors can check out the takeaway brekkie and lunch menu — think smoked salmon bagels, croissants and barbecue pulled pork wraps — or choose from a selection of vego and gluten-free options.

Those with a sweet-tooth can tuck into the changing menu of cakes, with local favourites including the Golden Gaytime cheesecake, 'Mum's carrot cake' and a decadent red velvet cake. And if you head down on a Friday afternoon you can grab any remaining slices for just $5 a pop.

With a cool, greenery-filled interior hidden from street view, Fossix offers an escape from the hubbub of the CBD. Plus, you can consider your next office soirée sorted with the extensive catering menu, offering everything from mini-bagels and canapés to a three-litre urn of batch brew filter.


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