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Piccolo Me: A young innovative café brand Not your ordinary coffee shop. Founded by brothers Charlie and Roy Hachem just over two years ago, Charlie told QSR Media that the success of the brand and the following it has gained can be attributed to him and his brother’s entrepreneurial…
“TIRED OF A CROISSANT? TRY THE CHEESEBURGER CROISSANT” The Cheeseburger croissant, the new Australian madness On the other side of the planet, in fact, the coffee chain Australian Piccolo Me offers a recipe on his card called the ” Cheezy Frenchy “.
“Piccolo Me creates epic Nutella and Malteser fried ice-cream dessert” Ever wonder what would happen if Nutella fell in love with a Malteser? Well, the guys at Piccolo Me just found out. And it’s beautiful. In a hot and cold fusion,
When the now-infamous Tella Ball hit menus around Sydney, there was no telling where the hazelnut spread would go next. Roy el Hachem, co-owner of Piccolo Me cafe, knew it was destined for big things. Gigantic things.
“Have you been Piccolo’d yet?” Watch out Sydney you are about to be piccolo’d! See, there are these two brothers (Charlie & Roy) who have a serious love of coffee and a serious love of fun. Together they have started up a string of
Australians have dared invent a growing cheeseburger (war is declared)” Stop everything you’re doing and join our protest against this diabolical culinary creation. What is it about? Croissant cheeseburger. Is repeated for those who have not yet understood the seriousness of the thing: A CHEESEBURGER CROISSANT. Is a growing, our favorite little
“Behold the Fried Maltella! Piccolo Me set to dish up Sydney’s most over the top dessert” FORGET Tella Ball shakes, this monster is about to take Sydney’s dessert wars up a notch. Claiming to be the world’s largest Nutella fried ice cream, the Fried Maltella will be unleashed on Sydney on
“Latest food trend sees a cheeseburger crossed with a croissant” Sydney’s Piccolo Me is the mastermind behind the Cheeseburger Croissant, or The Cheesy Frenchy, which is a combination of a traditional American burger and French pastry. The croissant is stuffed with beef, cheddar,
Piccolo Me is pulling out some pretty quirky stops to help attract a crowd. When it comes to our long-lasting love affair with coffee, we all know this city prefers boutique fabulous over, say, evil green and white corporate giants intent on, if nothing else, killing tastebuds. Piccolo Me, however, a 100 percent Australian venture launched by brothers Roy and Charlie Hachem that aims to bring back some…
Born out of a Sydney coffee shop with an obvious sugar addiction, we present you “The Nerdtella bomb.” Coffee purists will be scandalized, probably, as culinary adventurists rejoice in another iteration of lowbrow food mingling with the highbrow. It’s also worth noting that Piccolo Me has been bottling plain ol’ Nutella iced coffee for a while — which, to be fair, doesn’t sound so different from an iced mocha