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Aussie customers outraged over ‘ridiculous’ price of babycino at cafe
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A NSW cafe has been slammed for charging customers $4 for a babycino, the same price as a cup of piccolo.

An Australian patron complained on social media about the unreasonable cost of the child’s frothy cup of steamed milk when she visited the venue with her family.

“Seriously?! I understand inflation and the costs of running a small hospitality business but do you really need to charge $4 for about 50mL of milk?” the mum said in a Facebook group.

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“I have never known anyone ever to order a babycino only, there’s always coffees (and money) being made already with the order. In our case, $38.

“We don’t go out much but is this the norm now?”

The mum shared a picture showing three empty cups taped to a wall with prices of the beverages – including $8 for a large iced latte or adult milkshake, $7 for a small iced latte or kids milkshake and $4 for a babycino or piccolo.

A NSW cafe has been slammed for charging customers $4 for a babycino, the same price as a cup of piccolo. Credit: Facebook

A barista with 15 years experience in hospitality weighed in on the customer’s post, explaining how the price does not just cover ”only frothed milk”.

“The barista making it is essentially wasting milk underneath that froth because it’s not textured to use for another coffee most of the time,” they said.

“Most places also give marshmallows or something small too, the takeaway cup and lid and the baristas time as a staff member all costs money. However I wouldn’t pay $4 for it myself.

“At some stage customers wanted this on the menu, so pricing will change as it needs with inflation, wage increases, produce/product items increased also.

“Most baristas can’t stand making them especially when really busy and the amount of time I’ve had customers waiting on their coffee order blatantly stare at me impatiently waiting whilst watching me scoop froth to a tiny cup is countless and annoying.”

Another agreed, saying: “You’re being charged for the cup, lid and the time used to make one. Also some profit. It is ridiculous but so is the cost of bills and wages.”

‘Pretty outrageous’

Many were “gobsmacked” over the “pretty outrageous” price of the babycino.

An Australian patron complained on social media about the unreasonable cost of the child’s frothy cup of steamed milk. Credit: Facebook

“I have never seen a babycino more than $2,” one said.

Another shared: “That’s absolutely ridiculous no way I would pay $4 for a babycino especially because I get a latte and it would just be the bit of foam off the top of the milk they use for it.”

However, one suggested: “The people spending money on this are literally part of the problem.”

According to Aussies, a babycino at McDonald’s cost between 90 cents to $1 depending on location – while Bunnings offers them for free when a coffee is purchased.

“We go to Bunnings. Babycinos are free with a coffee there,” one parent said.

While another shared: “Bunnings are free! And Macca’s still makes them for 90 cents.”

Migration lawyer Traci Chen was previously shocked when she was charged $8.90 for a cup of coffee in Sydney. Credit: @migrationlawyer

In early 2022, migration lawyer Traci Chen, from Melbourne, revealed the surprising amount she was charged when she ordered a cup of coffee.

She ordered a $6 soy latte at a hotel bar inside Crown Tower in Barangaroo when she was visiting Sydney in March.

She was charged $1 extra for soy milk, $1 to upgrade to a large cup, 80 cents for a “Sunday service charge” and a 10c “service fee”, bringing the total to $8.90.

“Oh my god I just got charged $8.90 for a cup of coffee,” she said.

Speaking to 7Life at the time, Traci said she “didn’t mind too much” about the price – but she knew the coffee cost “more than usual”.

“It was just an average cup of coffee,” she said.

Traci said she normally makes her own coffee at home – but she was on holiday, so she treated herself.

She thought her cup of coffee was expensive until she spoke to a friend who revealed she recently paid $10 for a “one size” cup of brew in Brisbane.

Earlier this year, Hannah Bowman detailed how she was ‘shook to the core’ after she was charged a ‘wild’ amount of money for a bagel at a café. Credit: Hannah Bowman

Earlier this year, Hannah Bowman, a podcast producer from Sydney, said she was “shook to the core” after being charged a “wild” amount of money for a bagel at a café amid the rising cost of living.

She was going for a walk at lunchtime when she spotted a “delicious” smoked salmon bagel in the window.

As she pulled her card out to pay, she was lost for words when an employee told her, “That’ll be $25 please”.

‘Is this a mistake?’

“Guys, I’ve been the victim of a heinous crime,” Hannah said.

“I just went (to) buy a coffee and I walked past a little bakery and I saw this bagel and I thought, I’m gonna just buy my lunch now. That looks delicious, cool I’ve not tried this café before.

“When I went to tap they said, ‘That’ll be $25 please’. For one smoked salmon bagel? $25 — is this a mistake? Can that be real?”

She couldn’t believe the “wild” price – but she ended up paying for the bagel before walking out in disbelief.

“I feel sick,” she said.

“Honestly I think I was in shock and didn’t realise what had happened until I walked out.”

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