Back to Normal Operating Times!

Back to Normal Operating Times!

Simply Coffee

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Back to Normal Operating Times!

Happy New Year!

All of us at Simply Coffee hope you had a fabulous time with your family and friends. 

With the festive season now over, Simply Coffee and well as our sister restaurant Bistro Three Six Five will be returning to our regular operating times from Sunday, 8 January 2023. 

Simply Coffee 

• Mon - Sat: 8am - 4:30pm

• Sun: 8am - 4pm

Bistro 365

• Tue - Sat: 6 - 10:30 pm

• Sun: 12 - 3 pm

Contact us directly for more information.

Back to Normal Operating Times!

Simply Coffee

Located in the scenic seaside town of Pringle Bay, you will find Simply Coffee, an upmarket coffee shop serving its patrons some of the best coffee and confectionaries in town. Simply Coffee specializes in baked confectionaries and their own unique blend of 100% Arabica coffee that can be found nowh...

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