- Gluten Free
- Local Produce
- Outdoor seating (beer garden, alfresco)
Sidekick Café, Margaret River’s hot main street espresso bar welcomes you to the enlightened world of coffee.
Personalise your coffee drink of choice, pour-over, cold-drip or espresso made from Duke’s freshly roasted single-origin coffee beans. It’s all about carefully blending great coffee with creativity and funk, and sharing environmental mindfulness. Offering simple and health-conscious menu choices, freshly squeezed juice, healthy eats and sweet treats.
Sidekick Café will stimulate your senses; why not make it your new coffee hub of choice.
A quest for all the good things, coffee traceable down to farm level, and the best ingredients: beyond borders of white bleached flour; baked goods rice flour, buckwheat, spelt, quinoa, chia seeds, local pecans. Fresh grated turmeric smoothies, homegrown tomato avocado. Bio-degradable straws, compost-able takeaway cups.
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Plan Your Trip: Featured Itineraries
- 6 nights accommodation for two adults
- Guided tour of Cape Naturaliste and Ngilgi Cave with Wadandi Cultural Custodian Josh Whiteland from Cape Cultural Tours
- Night ride through the Boranup Forest with Margaret River Mountain Bike Tours
- Walking food tour of Margaret River township with Walk Talk Taste