If you are a family avoid this olace as you will end up spending $120 easy on breakfast. Portion sizes are ok and taste is ok nothing great. Just go to bakery opp this place and its way better and value for money.
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I have been to the Victory Cafe quite a few times since my last review and have had breakfasts, brunches and lunches there. The quality of the food is still great and the coffee is still very nice but the delays in service are sometimes...More
I ordered the breakfast burger. It comes with bacon, eggs, salad etc and I thought that anything with "burger" would mean a beef patty as well. However no. That could be arranged but would take another fifteen minutes. As my friend was eating her not...More
Passing through at about 2.30in the afternoon having left a school sporting event in Sydney & we were cold, tired & starving. Loved the eclectic feel as cafe sits in front of an amazing antique treasure trove. My glee was short lived when it came...More
Went here for a late breakfast with my sister and her husband. You can either sit outside in the sun or sit inside and watch people go thru to the antique shop. Order and pay at the counter. Drinks came out pretty swiftly and the...More
As we were walking past the victory cafe we noticed it was popular so we decided to go in. We were greeted, sorry we weren't greeted at all, instead we sat ourselves at a free table then a miserable waitress came over and placed a...More
We were seven adults and no one liked their food. I asked if they could just do a grilled fish with chips and was emphatic that we did not want the kids serving. Just the normal grilled fish as per the blackboard menu, no sauce...More