Excellent cafe. Great menu for all sorts of meals and snacks. Great fresh roasted coffee. Heaps of seating but the cafe is incredibly popular and can get very busy. They have a great system of taking names when busy and you then walk around the village and they’ll call when they have a table. Open almost all public holidays as well
This place is amazing if you haven’t been there before, I strongly suggest . This place sets the bar for all other cafes, I love a dirty chai and I could smell it being made outside the cafe always smooth and creamy. Always order one with my meal and a take away on the way out.
Service and food is great at this joint, but you pay for the experience. Had a great kids area with animals which draws the mums in like flys. Coffee ??? ‘Green bean’ on site roaster. The coffee is the only let down at this place. With two top shelf baristas / cafes within 20 meters. Take some advice and take a walk to the church cafe down the road or kickaboom across the road after you finish eating.
I like the coffee here and I think it's better than at "The Church" across the road (I don't understand why they need so many coffee houses at Glenbrook, perhaps a fight to the death would be an appropriate way to sort this out). The atmosphere wasn't great, way too many kids tripping over my tentacles and giving me strange looks. Freaks are allowed to leave the house too! Points off for too many children but good coffee. Five and three fifth thumbs up /@$
Coffee was good. There's also farm animals on site and a macaw which is a point of interest. Good facilities - latest version dyson airblade in the toilet. Beans were being roasted live. Something caught fire in the kitchen while we were there as well. cool place
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