Its an ok cafe but quite dated. Customer toilets need some money spent on them. The coffee was really nice
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Stopped in Kiama for some light lunch, service was fast and staff friendly, food was OK but found it quite pricey, don't know if the reason was because it was a public holiday, paid $52 for a burger, a focaccia and two soft drinks.
We were here the weekend of the jazz festival so there were lots of people around. We each ordered a wrap - mine was turmeric chicken and he had the lamb one. They each had fresh ingredients and a great combination of unique ingredients. There...More
We had breakfast here both ordering the Spring breakfast being 2 poached eggs on tomato slices and sourdough toast drizzled with olive oil and scattered with snow pea sprouts. Service was reasonably quick and the eggs were cooked perfectly. The olive oil was very discernible...More
Looking for an aussie style big breakfast, we were rewarded with a top quality full on country breakfast. Bacon and Sausages were top quality and the service was friendly and very attentive.
Just what I wanted. Down the 'quiet end of the street', this cafe provided great coffee and a simple sandwich. What more could a man want?