Good coffee and really excellent arrived. Waitress sat and gave us tips on where to home in the area!
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Found this by accident on a wet Sunday morning. Situated in a side part of an old main St pub. Very small and intimate but with a side order of wonderful movie themes. There is a room dedicated to Rocky movies another Tasmania's Hollywood star...More
Unfortunately we arrived in Oatlands in pouring rain which limited our visit to just a snack and a couple of snapshots of the windmill. The TKO Bakery has an amazing array of movie posters and memorabilia. Because we noticed that there would be a cover...More
Expensive ,lackluster ,food terrible and coffee disgusting ! The sort of meal that you think about after and wonder if you might become ill !
Cauliflower and cheese pies were undercooked soggy pastry with the filling consisting of a majority of gluggy flour based sauce. Absolutely no flavour with very little cauliflower and sparse cheese if any at all. The scallop pie was also flavourless and sadly it may have...More
Called into Oatlands wanting something small for lunch. Husband had been to TKO Bakery before and said it was quite good. Not any more. Noticed it was for sale which may explain the lack of bakery products, only a few pies and one type of...More
In spite of an "Open" sign on the footpath, the closed door left us wondering if it was in fact open. (Would be helpful if clear glass permitted a view of the interior from the street). Immediately on entering the cafe one is confronted, in...More
We stopped for lunch on our way to Launceston, a delightful young lady served us and went out of her way to be helpful. Not sure of her name but she has just finished year 10. Unfortunately the curried chicken pie was tasteless and very...More