I recently participated in the RSL & Services Clubs Kokoda Leadership Challenege in Papua New Guinea. After we finished our trek we headed back to the lodge to freshen up and after lunch headed in to Port Moresby to visit the Bomana War Cemetery and then on to a much needed coffee.
The coffee shop in question is Duffy Cafe. Located in a dark building behind two security doors and 2 metre high security fence , it was a welcome relief after 8 days of instant coffee to have a latte (and cheesecake). The interior is light and bright and an al fresco area at the front makes great use of the light. The interior has a European feel, dark grey and white tiles, bare brick, white wooden shutters and dark furnishings.
There is also a creperie and all baked goods are made in house. Amazing selection of both savoury and sweet food to have with your coffee.
And of course the long awaited coffee…….
Upstairs is Duffy fashion. Both businesses are the result of a smart father who backed his entrepreneurial offspring. So if you happen to be in Port Moresby drop in to Duffy for a coffee or bite to eat.