Fantastic initiative, the staff were polite and well trained, coffee was good and there was a great range of snacks
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Very nice and always busy cafe.Lovely sheltered outside seating and a great incentive for young locals to learn about hospitality and food preparation.Great iced coffee and service with a smile.
WE only had coffees and hot chocolates. We were all happy with the flavour and temperature of our drinks. All staff are in training and provided great service.
This little café in the Ayres Rock resort has lovely fresh rolls and salads. Reasonably priced considering the location, and the staff are enthusiastic
So enjoyed our lunch at this cafe. Our service by the young staff could not of been better. Happy and willing. Food choices were varied and good for all ages. Well done to all.
We didn’t realise that this was a training cafe which is a great idea. Unfortunately my husband had a coffee at Kings Canyon Station the other day and every coffee since has paled in comparison. Our feedback to the staff in training is to bring...More
My daughter ordered the chicken burger and absolutely loved it. It was so fresh and cooked to perfection. She is quite a fussy eater, but went back the next day for seconds. Great work.
What an energy filled, fun spot for lunch! Meals were delicious. Food was fresh. Bit of a queue and service was slow but a great trainee cafe.
This café is a training place for indigenous students studying in the hospitality industry. Their enthusiasm for their work, their customer service and the quality of product is terrific and a reflection on their training and their personal commitment to the work.
It is quite an inspiration to see aboriginal people running such and efficient and friendly cafe. The food is excellent, good value and the service first class. Greta for a quick and delicious snack. Coffee is good too.