We stopped for lunch on a day that the usual cook was of sick. Terry was wonderful - looked after us, and did a great job of the beer battered fish and chips. Yum. Great service - and really enjoyed the wood fire.
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Called in for brunch. Very attractive cafe. Chef hadn't arrived so only coffee could be served. The restaurant has a very good reputation... but they need to have a backup plan when chef is sleeping in ... he/she was possibly milking the cows, I don't...More
This Cafe has such a great Vibe & the staff such a great attitude that I feel compelled to share the love. We stopped at the cafe on Fri 12th Feb for just a cuppa on our way through to Launceston. We liked the place,...More
Very nice cafe in a small town . - Good Food ( overpriced ? but considering the isolation it is acceptable ) - Nice outdoor seating - Great location - Next time I would consider staying back in this township .
The food here is delicious so this is going to sound picky.....but the menu looks like it was drawn up by a 5 year old.....Fryed eggs? Really?
I know. Not expecting to find a good cafe in a small country town is a bit snobbish, so I'm happy to be proven wrong once again. Pepperberry had a good selection of food that apparently changes regularly. The venue is comfortable, with a nice...More
The Pepperberry Cafe (AKA Mole Creek Cafe) is a lovely spot to stop for lunch. I have dined here several times in the past couple of years and never been disappointed. Today I took a friend there and although the quality of the food was...More