A little of the beaten track. Interesting East Asian bits and bobs hang from the ceilings and walls, labyrinthine interior, great selection of cakes and pretty decent coffee.
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A labyrinth of rooms with interesting decor,board games can be played outside of busy times. We visited late Saturday afternoon. I had the Apple St Moritz and a pot of tea while my partner had Black Forest Cake and a latte. A real treat!!
Three Monkeys is a place to go to chill with friends, have a tea or coffee & dessert, however the cakes are a little on the expensive side...but they are very nice. the coffee is average however the chai tea is huge and very nice....More
Visited here for brekky with friends. Great atmosphere, interesting to explore all the nooks and crannies. Cakes a little overpriced, $8 per serving, but food and coffee are excellent, service very good.
if my son hadn't told me to try Three Monkeys, I would never have entered, it's basic out the front, not like the yuppy decors taking over! LOL! ... but wow, choice (1/2 an hour to pick my choice of tea! & coffee was good...More
This cafe is an icon in West End. Meals are ordered and paid for at the counter and then brought to your table. The cakes and deserts at the counter looked divine. Once inside, the cafe is bigger than it looks, with twists and turns...More
Three monkeys has a very unique theme that does not appeal to everyone. It has at one moment a tribal theme with masks and tribal prints, but in the next has signed posters by various musicians. Out of our group of seven, three loved it,...More
The staff are very friendly and helpful, and service was quite prompt. Coffee was ordinary and with coffee grinds in the bottom of the cups, the machine could possibly use a clean. We opted out of the huge array of cakes, as nothing was house...More