Lovely homely feel, tables all have some kind of game on them. Food great, big breakfast or creamy mushrooms with crispy bacon delicious. Very friendly staff and chef. Nice seating area out back in warm weather.
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Speaking to the very lovely Amber, (owner), the town of around 600 inhabitants, there's a cafe for every 35 residents. So which one to choose when passing through ? Well you'll do right to choose Poppy's, all homemade cakes scones, sandwiches etc, great coffee, friendly...More
This place has a lovely back courtyard area which was sheltered and sunny when we visited. Loved the little games on the Table and the little kids area to keep them occupied. However the food was not good. We had mushrooms on toast and corn...More
Looked at most of the cafes in town before choosing Poppys based on their lunch menu as we're not fans of cabinet food. I chose the Kumera Cakes topped with spinach, mushrooms, 2 poached eggs & hollandaise sauce. Delicious combination and the chef cooked my...More
We were really happy with our food and service. Sat in in the sun in the courtyard which was really nice and a friendly lady was clearing the tables which was great so the leftover food didn't attract flies or bees. Corn fritters were just...More
After reading the reviews we were a bit worried about stopping here for brunch on our travels. We chose this place because we managed to get a car park right outside and every other place looked really busy on a Sunday late morning, so since...More
Called in for lunch but there was little counter/cabinet choice. Blackboard menu wasn't impressive either. Very disappointing considering previous reviews.
Stopped in quickly on the way through. Ordered two toasted sandwiches and side of chips. Paid $4.50 for chips and got less than a handful. Sandwiches were nice but expensive. The couple behind the counter were arguing. Will not be going back!