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Mocha Jo's - Glen Waverley Icon

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Mocha Jo's is a super popular cafe in the heart of Glen Waverley with excellent coffee and cuisine and fabulous service. After driving around for 20 minutes trying to get a park on a weeknight I was struck again by how popular this precinct is. When the evenings are warm everyone gathers here and it's a cool ambience. Mocha Jo's is one of the iconic places to visit and a great cafe to meet with your friends.

 

Mocha Jo's has a modern fit out with quality furniture, modern lighting and intimate timber tables and hot chocolate colour themes. Service is sharp and the young hip waiters and waitresses are engaging.

 

Mocha Jo's delivers on its menu including a fabulous array of cakes in the large display cabinet or order desserts off the menu. It has great lunchboxes and brunch options such as the Pancakes are popular.

 

Mocha Jo's serves great coffee. My friend asked if the name Mocha suggested they do a great mocha - but was met with blank stares by the waitress. My friend has a dry sense of humour but a fair enough question. He was serious about ordering a mocha.

 

Mocha Jo's thrilled us with a side bowl of thick cream for this apple based cake with fruit.

 

Mocha Jo's pleased my son with this hot chocolate.

Mocha Jo's and the Glen Waverley precinct. Get on it.

 

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David Hagger is a bald headed man with a penchant for finery, convivial dining, and festive culture. He honestly believes Melbourne is an impressive global city.

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  • Guest
    John Stanford Sunday, 07 October 2012

    Food for good comment? What was the incentive? They get so many bad reviews but their ratings go up & the bad reviews disappear from urbanspoon customer review site. Not sure how, but they are painstakingly & systematically getting rid of negative reviews! I read one about hair being on a plate where the reviewer was annoyed his first review was taken down, now it appears his second ones gone missing too. I no longer go there as its all about them - they don't care about customers.

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    david@theworldlovesmelbourne.com Monday, 08 October 2012

    Hi John They didn't know I was there as such, all paid for, no incentive. We had a pleasant evening. Have been there before and always been enjoyable so haven't encountered what you are saying. Respect your opinion. Cheers David

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