I think was the first of chains. Open 24 hours as far as I am aware. Came here for lunch about 6 months ago and the food was great. So cheap too. Barramundi and salad and chips to share with my friend for $15! Such a bargain. They have a lot too choose from with branches all over the north side now.
My sister absolutely loves this place and it was the perfect place to take our 12 year old nephew - especially with the huge amount of items on the menu to choose from him. Too many items is a deterent for me however I was pleasantly surprised with my meal.
The free bottled water was a nice touch and they have some great juice/smoothie drink options also.
I hate 63 and I hate that my friends like it so much. Will admit they have some good drinks and funny names for their foods. But the food itself is focused on quantity rather than quality. I think for being on the street and suburb that it is, the clientele you would get is far superior to cafes in different locations. I don't come here and when i do, it's with friends and I only get a drink. I live in the area and am willing to pay good money for a gourmet and delicious breakfast. Good atmosphere and I love that they self flowers. Last time I went I stood wait for a table, had waitresses walk past me and not make eye contact. Finally took myself to a table. They do have bottle water provided which I think is a wonderful idea. Coffee is good, certainly not the best that's for sure (should stock fonzie Abbott coffee, I'd come here for multiple coffees a day if that was the case). Often have trouble communicating with waitresses, not sure what the situation is on that front but they areread more