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this place definitely caters for couple dining and older diners. the food not as good since our last visit unfortunately. We had the Smoked salmon toastie $13, S & P calamari with greek salad $19, dukkah and bread $8. Breaky is till 11.30, then lunch @ 12noon. there was also a Caesar salad with 3 beans , olives and bacon on the specials board and soup, 3 cheese ravioli, beef pies (all about $22-25). doesn't seem to have the quality ingredients it had in its early days. All food a bit expensive for size. Iced coffees good. Lots of seating inside with cushions and out on back deck as well as lots of places for quiet dinner for two.
ate here again for lunch when passing through on holiday this time trying the special board scallop salad which was cooked beautifully and special board soup, one of the nicest tomato and basil soups i have ever tasted and from the menu the "kasoundi roasted vegetables, fetta, spinach toasted turkish" $12 which was great too.
tried the breakfast menu on our return visit. we ordered the 2 poached eggs on multigrain sourdough which was a bit small and expensive at $8.50,and the "turkish delight" (grilled tomato, baby spinach & sauted mushrooms on turkish bread with fetta & balsamic reduction) $12.50 and the "biddys house made baked beans" with baby spinach and Fetta on sourdough $9.50 which were both nice and fairly reasonably priced for serving size. great iced coffeee, staff very friendly again and setting is lovely.
tried the calamari salad and roasted vegetable and corned beef toasted sandwiches for lunch which were all nice but a bit small on serving sizes for lunch and a bit pricey considering amount of ingredients in meals. coffees superb staff very friendly, including with young children. lovely outdoor deck, appreciate how hard it is to run a cafe in seasonal places such as these and why they need to charge a little extra though