Best Cafes In Singleton And Surrounds

Singleton and its neighbouring towns like Broke, Branxton and Pokolbin, are home to some of the best cups of coffee in the Hunter Valley.

Whether you want a cafe to linger in on the weekends, or to grab and go on the drive to work, we have a list that will help you find the perfect brew.

Follow our guide for the ideal start to your day.


Worn Out Wares (WOW)
41-43 George St, Singleton

A vibrant, bright mural and the aroma of roasted beans, lures both locals and visitors into this family-owned and operated Singleton icon. With an eclectic mix of homewares and bright florals, this award-winning café is an absolute must. If that’s not enough, it recently won an AGFG Readers Choice Award Winners for its coffee.

Cervoz Café
3/126 John St, Singleton

Come for the smiles, stay for the beans. This café emanates good old-fashioned Singleton hospitality. You can sip while you shop at the attached homewares store filled with trinkets and treasures.

Kick’s Coffee Co
114 John St, Singleton
2/108 Blaxland Ave, Singleton Heights

If you are on the go, this takeaway kiosk is right up your alley. The baristas are passionate about their coffee, and you taste the love in every sip. If you are craving sweet, check out their chocolate dessert cookies with lip-smacking buttercream centres.

Munkeeskins Café
Singleton Square, 52-56 John St, Singleton

When it comes to coffee blends, Munkeeskins is all over it. Patrons can choose from a house blend or single origin, which changes on a weekly basis. The takeaway cups are adorned in beautiful designs, so prepare to look as good as your latte tastes.

Parkview Café
Townhead Park, 23 Maitland Rd, Singleton

Parkview Café overlooks Townhead Park which is a wonderland for the little ones. Find a sunny spot on the verandah, indulge in cake and coffee, and let the kids blow off some steam.


Short Black Pony
49-51 Wollombi St, Broke

Some positives have come out of Covid and Short Black Pony is one of them. What was once an old horse float, is now a rustic mobile café with a whole lot of character. This cute coffee concept is only open in the morning Monday-Friday. Watch this space for another café concept in the near future.


Elay High Tea
102c McMullins Rd, East Branxton

Invented in the 1840s by the Duchess of Bedford, the tea ceremony is one to be cherished. Elay High Tea in Branxton, pays tribute to the all-important traditional affair with rose adorned china teacups and layers of sweetness and savoury. Decadence is on the menu…cheers.


Cocoa Nib
989 Hermitage Rd, Pokolbin

Out for a weekend drive to the wineries? Drop-in on this artisan chocolate shop serving coffee – a match made in heaven. Whether you are partial to a latte, cappuccino or short black, rest assured you will find the perfect cocoa morsel to compliment your hot beverage.

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