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Cafe Centrally located on the corner of Davey and Evans Streets and open Monday to Saturday, it's the first point of call for many busy locals and traveling tourists. With the convenience of five minute parking right outside, picking up a coffee and a bite to eat is a breeze with our unique coffee window. We have a large range of hot and cold options available for your convenience. While dining in is a relaxed experience, our all day breakfast menu means you will never have to miss breakfast again. Lunchtime breaks don't have to be an issue with our 'call ahead' option available for dine-in or take-away meals. We source Tasmanian produce where possible and we help the environment by using on…
We had been to the Hobart Information Centre and Zero Davey was recommended as a nearby café that had a reputation for good breakfasts. It didn't disappoint, I enjoyed my French omelette and my wife her natural muesli and accompanying coffees. Friendly service, the premises...clean and hygienic.More
We ate lunch while in the Yacht Race Village at the Zero Davey Cafe pop up cafe for the end of the Sydney to Hobart Yacht race and loved it. We had a scallop pie and washed it down we cider from a nearby stall....Just delicious. We sat on the seating provided and listened to entertainment. The pastry was so light and thin and the filling lovely.More
Had a quick brekkie there one morning before a tour. The coffee was good, the fruit salad with yoghurt decent, and the sandwich quite good. Not the most enticing place in Hobart but good good-quality food and coffee and friendly staff.
Popped in this morning for a quick breakfast after staying at Zero Davey Apartments - we’ve been here for breakfast before and it was fine so not sure if they have changed chef or management? Anyway, we ordered two avocado toasts. The menu promises “half...an avocado on sourdough”. What we got was a very thin smearing of that avocado spread in a tube, on two bits of bread. You can taste the lemon in it - I eat this stuff all the time when I’m feeling lazy, however it’s not what you expect when you hand over $12 to a cafe. What we received was probably what I would expect had I paid $6 or $7 like you do with other spreads on toast. Not a hint of real avocado. Brekkie all up was $35, a complete rip off compared to the delicious $10 egg and bacon roll and coffee offered by Jam Packed cafe just a short walk around the corner.More
As the cafe was incorporated into the hotel we used it a few times but only for breakfast. Service was excellent, good atmosphere and food was good. Had morning papers for reading and good coffee to go with the meal