Australian-Themed Bondi Coffee Opens New Beijing, Haidian Branch

By That's Beijing, August 8, 2022

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Good news for Aussie coffee lovers, and indeed, for coffee lovers all around! 


Bondi Coffee has opened up a new branch in Haidian district, bringing west Beijing those authentic Aussie-style coffees and the friendly service to go with it; you may already be familiar with their distinct brand from their Pearl Market branch opposite the Temple of Heaven. 


The new branch has all those Australian favorites, including flat white, piccolo latte, babyccino, etc. – all made with the best coffee beans and fresh Devondale milk imported from Australia. Americano, cappuccino and more are also on the menu, of course.


There’s also a selection of soft drinks and snacks, as per usual. 

Customers can enter via the south gate of Peking University Third Hospital. Look for Bondi Coffee on the first floor of the surgical ward.  

Bondi Coffee, No. 49 Huayuan Bei Lu, Haidian district, Beijing; open daily 7am-7pm, telephone: 13501298936. 

[All images via Bondi Coffee]

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