Hobart Deli opened in October 2010 and has since then become a much loved busy little community hub, café and food store.Renovated by owner, artist Waldemar Kolbusz http://www.kolbusz.com.au/ the heritage listed old derelict corner store now has a quirky, homely feel with milk bottles hanging from the ceiling and a 50 tonka truck pile-up.Coffee is a Colombian blend by Leftfield Boutique roasters uniquely for Hobart Deli.Food is prepared daily with only very high standard produce, sourced locally where possible. All eggs and meat including bacon is free-range.We are in Perth’s Good Food Guide 2012.
Lovely little place, great setup. Iced coffee was good, not sweetened which I always hate. Food menu is pretty standard for this type of cafe (gourmet twists on the usual cafe fare) but terribly overpriced. Eggs and toast - $12.90. Fruit mince pies - $3.50. I'd go back but probably not for a while. Have to let my bank account recover!
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