This place is a bit pricey, and doesn't have the warmest atmosphere, but the food and drink is good. One regular customer sits in the centre and stares at me, lamenting how awful young people are. I don't go in when she's there.
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My husband and I received a gift card for Bliss - our reason for going. We were really delighted with the place - warm and welcoming - and thought our lunch was delicious! When we walked in, we didn't notice the extensive menu to the...More
I stopped in after a few hours outside in the November weather looking for a) good, strong, hot coffee and b) something hot for lunch. The coffee was great...and I had a bowl of the soup (can't remember what it was--sorry) and a cheese scone....More
We visited briefly between 2 other stops, but enjoyed the service (great), coffee and delicious bakes.
I have been to this Cafe a few times. Today my husband had Curry Red Lentil soup and basil cheese scone and I had Salmon quiche and salad. So delicious!!! I can see they put a lot of choice ingredients and thoughts into the menu....More
After an AMAZING lemon blueberry muffin and coffee we decided to stay for breakfast. Eggs were served as a soupy mess with barely cooked sausages on them. Expected better after our sampling! Banana bread french toast was edible but would never order again, eggs undercooked....More
Casual eatery with focus on healthy food. Quality is their name and it shows with all offerings. From delightful sandwiches to baked goods and various beverages you will not be disappointed!
Food was excellent! My group tried the spanakopita, a panini, a scone and the chicken/mango/avocado salad, and each item was to-die-for. The owner/manager was super friendly and actually did something really kind. He saw me eyeing the gluten free bar (which I noticed AFTER i'd...More
The lunches looked very appealing however we had already eaten, so took a cinnamon bun to go. It was a little dry which might have been corrected if we had eaten it in store warmed up.