Open only for breakfast. Good selection of breakfast choices in a quaint cafe. Inside and outside seating available.
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Gorgeous little cafe in Stanly with great service! Our order was taken promptly and the staff was very polite and helpful!! The food and coffee was great, the only advice I give is please have more vegan options! All in all a lovely place and...More
The Thai wife and I had breakfast here two days in a row. On both days I ordered substantial hot breakfasts with either cafe lattes or flat whites. The wife ordered waffles on the first morning and joined me for a substantial hot breakfast on...More
We enjoyed a lovely breakfast. The menu was quite extensive and interesting. Even more interesting was that the staff member who took our order must not have been able to read her own writing because we ended up with different choices to what we ordered....More
Whilst staying in stanley tasmania for a couple of days we were told of a great breakfast place called Moby dicks. This place does breakfast only and does it exceptionally well. Great service fabulous food as well as terrific hot coffee. If you are into...More
We had a Bushman’s Breakfast (eggs, bacon sausages, potato and mushrooms) and a serve of eggs and bacon. Both were fresh, delicious and large servings. We were served quickly and the meals were served promptly. Toilets are available for patrons.
Recommended from one of the localities from The Stanley village , we visited the restaurant for breakfast and definitely it was worth it .. loved the coffee , it was just amazing .. and the breakfast menu was good . Lot of options .. Totally...More
Got here around 09:30 and the place was around half full and seemed busy. The staff who showed us to our table was amazingly abrupt and all but threw our menus on the table. We ordered a ham & cheese croissant and scrambled eggs. Within...More
We had breakfast before leaving Stanley. Lots of people eating here so decided to try. Pancakes and berries were delicious and coffees and hot chocolates were very moorish.