Retro vintage style cafe, offering homemade meals, cakes and yummy fresh juices. Well worth a visit.
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Place is located across the road from our hotel so we went there for breakfast. Musli was good, but poached eggs were a bit dry and tasteless. Overall we were not impressed at all. Just another cafe among many others.
Came here before breakfast purely based off the write up they have posted about their view on water. Food was tasty albeit a bit boring. This is clearly an Aussie hangout so make sure you're good with hanging out with this crowd before coming as...More
We visited for breakfast and ordered two flat whites, the corn fritters with avo and tomato salsa and the homemade baked beans. Both meals were delicious, albeit on the smaller side so adding a side if very hungry would help (side of bacon or eggs...More
The feel of this cafe is good and food and coffee are great too! I liked the way the owners have brought together a bit of a reading theme (golden books for menus) with a 60s cafe vibe. The reading material is intriguing, everything from...More
We enjoyed lunch, however the venue name does not indicate that they serve creole food more a branding opportunity Anyway Australian owned with some familiar favourite's on the list including a Vegemite and cheese wrap I enjoyed my burrito, chicken as they were out of...More