Good food, great old Pub atmosphere. Local wines from the Avoca area available by the glass. Great place for Sunday brunch.
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Fantastic menu, reasonably priced. Excellent customer service by owner. Beautiful food. Thoroughly enjoyed the atmosphere.
An old hotel that has been redeveloped into a cafe restaurant. Reasonable choice of menu which can be open steak sandwich through pasta and pizza. Soups in winter. All good value and bar is open. Food is well prepared and service is good with ordering...More
Very few customers there at the time. Service was very slow. Coffee was only lukewarm and scones very average. Wouldn't go again in a hurry
I had morning tea here last Thursday. They had a great slice of pasionfruit cheese cake and a very large hot chocolate.
Had dinner her with work friends The food was nice well cocked and Nicely presented. Due to the style of building I found it too noisy and difficult to have a chat with people at your own table. Limited beer selection, staff where helpful and...More
8 adults and 8 children as walk ins for a Sunday lunch were greeted with warm and welcoming service. A beautiful heritage dining area, excellent service (to us adults and kids) and a menu/prices to suit families - we'll be back for sure!!
We've been going to the Supreme Bar and Resaurant for Sunday breakfast for awhile now. The scrambled eggs are beautifully cooked, coffe is nice and the have a variety of teas you can have by the cup or pot. We haven't been for lunch or...More