We enjoyed a great breakfast in Albury at the Early Bird Cafe. They have a great selection of breakfasts - not just bacon and eggs - and the coffee is good too.
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I asked my Airbnb host to recommend a great chai cafe and they suggested here. Delicious loose leaf chai from sassafras, tasty salad and boys had sourdough toast. Friendly service and cool young vibe. Would definitely go back again when next in town. Thanks guys.
By chance, we decided to stop here during a road trip to have breakfast with our young children. Food and coffee was top quality and service was incredibly friendly and welcoming. We’re used to our local cafe owner giving us a bit of conversation with...More
This place is small, cute & rustic. Food always fresh, fabulous & bang on! Coffee is very good but not awesome..presentation could do with some work but generally well made. Home made breads, chutneys, jams.. The owners work in the business on a daily basis...More
Popped in for a bite to eat before work. Staff were very welcoming and helpful. The food was great and the coffee hit the spot. Will be back next time I am in town.
Our young family of six were well taken care of by the welcoming staff. Colouring in was handed out the keep our small beasts occupied while we enjoyed our coffee. Delicious local eggs and delicious local bacon with split pancakes for the kids. We always...More
This is a tiny little cafe with a big dose of style! It's homey & quaint with some inner city chic. Best all day breakfast! Home made slices, preserves etc Great single original espresso for you coffee snobs like me! The Crew work hard and...More
Had breakfast here 2 mornings in a row. Have outside seating but it was freezing cold in July so grateful to be able to get seats inside....very small and cosy inside but surprisingly they probably fit about 20 people in there. Bacon and eggs and...More
Called in on a cold May morning to warm up with nice toasties and coffee. Staff were lovely, coffee decent and the meals were pleasant but make sure you ask for cutlery or extra serviettes as the toasties can be a bit messy to try...More