I stopped in at Moko on my travels. The coffee was ok, service was standard but far from freakishly slow. a place with lots of potential but maybe not enough grunt at the moment
Oh Bring Back the Good old Days.......Like the "ATTIC", when coffee was Coffee....not like the stuff I got a Moko if you could call it Coffee
Atmosphere - none. Coffee - I can make better at home. Food - lukewarm. Go up the other end of the street.
Had a takeaway cappuccino. Not bad. It took a little while to make, as four drinks had just been ordered by a group outside, but it was good when I got it.
The loyalty card looks like a good deal - you get a free coffee after buying four (at $3 each). In other words, you can buy five coffees for $2.40 each.
Coffee was OK. Ordered a toasted cheese sandwich that took so long to arrive that my partner had almost eaten his cooked breakfast. When my meal finally arrived it was basically toast, cheese slices and a side order of jam! Not exactly what I had ordered. My partner ended up leaving half his meal as it was not cooked. Have to confess we did not try to complain as ordering had been painful enough. Will not be going back to this one.