It's a nice place to chill out on a hot afternoon. We walked past this and decided to give it a go. Food and drinks are sat reasonable prices , as well as for a good cause. The coffee was commendable , nicely complemented with...More
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The food is good and service excellent but what is most amazing is that this is a training facility for individuals with disabilities- a safe venue to interact. Will certainly come back again. The food is inexpensive too.
Came again to see the slightly updated menu and of course to support our favourite social enterprise. Chilli Crab Pasta was still a hit and chips for the kids!
Brought a friend here for lunch and drinks. We were served by a young lady with learning challenges but she did her job well. My friend was impressed by the service and the work opportunities given to people with learning challenges. Well done.
The food is good. We have been there twice for breakfast and lunch. Choice for breakfast is limited - but pancakes are good. The choice for brunch/ lunch is enormous from local/ western and italian dishes. Must go It is simple place run by a...More
A great central locale for everything Ordered the berry ribs (moist and succulent), chili crab pasta (what a kick), cottage pie (comforting) and potato dippers (sinful) Great service from Irfan! And it's a social enterprise cafe and what is better to pay for good food...More
My wife told me that this restaurant is run as a 'social venture' but as a dining experience that was an irrelevant issue. The service from the time we entered to the time we paid the bill and left was professional, warm and effective. The...More
We only went by for an afternoon coffee but the service was so good! The staff were kind, patient and very attentive to refill our water whenever it was low. Will definitely visit again!
Went to this social enterprise for a relative's birthday lunch with 11 others, Crossings Cafe being the first visit for most of us. We were seated in 2 rows of 6, facing each other, so conversation was impossible between people sitting at either end. This...More