Why are locals are loving Nundah’s newest café? Despite only being open since October, café startup The Power Station Co at Circa has quickly developed a reputation for outstanding coffee and customer service.
Based at Go Health Club, as the café’s name suggests The Power Station Co’s mantra is all about refueling and recharging according to co-owner and head barista Danny Canfyn.
“Whether you’ve just finished a workout or you’re grinding through a day at work, a great coffee and fresh, healthy food offers a much needed pick-me-up,” Danny said.
Using Mocopan coffee and Maleny Dairies milk was the only choice for Danny, who refuses to compromise on quality.
“Mocopan coffee’s not that well known in Brisbane, but once people taste it, they love it. We have a house blend for milk-based coffees and a single origin from Ethiopia for all non-milk coffees”, Danny said.
“Maleny Diaries milk produces a far superior coffee, no question about it. We also have lactose-free and almond milk for those with special dietary needs.” The Power Station Co offers a range of ready-to-go gourmet sandwiches, wraps and salads, as well as a range of healthy baked goods whipped up by Danny’s wife and co-owner, Rhiannan. Paleo, low fat, high protein, nut free, gluten free, dairy free, refined sugar free: there’s a constantly evolving selection of guilt-free treats to suit everyone.
Perhaps the biggest bonus of all is that everything this cafe offers is underpinned with good old fashioned customer service. The kind of service that happens naturally, by people who are genuinely interested in getting to know you. How many names and orders has Danny memorised in the last few months? “About 150”. The rollout of fresh smoothies, juices and shakes in the coming months will simply add more reasons to love Nundah’s The Power Station Co.