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Black Sugar Coffee Company in Sydney

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Plugs everywhere

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Coffee various (sustainable and fair trade)
Food breakfast and lunch (free range, local, seasonal and organic ingredients)
Seating Capacity 50-60
Keywords Has Food, Has Power
Web www.blacksugar.com.au  

Pro Tips

Be wary of the obnoxious Telstra advertisements along the 25 metre wall, but given they’re the provider of some of the best free WiFi you can access in the city, it’s a small price to pay.


  • The cafe doesn’t actually have wifi so you are limited to either Telstra Air or the Telstra Store.

    Telstra Air is useful if you are a Telstra customer

  • Lots of filters for internet data, i.e. watching videos 😛 , as above you really need a VPN to take advantage, which unfortunately negates the amazingly fast WIFI.

  • don’t expect food after about 5pm

  • Fast “Telstra” wifi, but it silently stops transmitting data every 20mins or so. Easy to fix with a reconnect. The wifi also seems to have some SSL certificate problems so at least I had to use a VPN. Place gets a bit crowded around 12 (lunch time) and you might have to free space for the crowd.

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