Central location,ambient location,busy atmosphere and OK pies and pastries.Good spot to sit down and recoup.
1 - 10 of 465 reviews
It was raining on the day and the bakery was packed. Which made it hard to find a vacant table. Production line service was out of context for a small town.
I popped into the bakery around 2:30 pm. Understandably, there were not a lot of choices left from the pies. I had a cottage pie which was good. Service was a tad slow and not inviting and there were only a couple of people in...More
Plenty of places to sit and eat your delicious pasties. We chose to take ours down by the bridge and have a picnic.
My wife and I visited this cafe for lunch. I had a delicious ham and cheese sandwich and my wife had the scallop curry pie. Both were excellent. They have a varied menu and prices are reasonable.
We went to try the sausage rolls which are ranked in the top 5 in the state. For the record they were nice, however, they were to small. We also had a chocolate eclair which was very nice. The staff were very friendly and there...More
Thank you for taking the time to visit and write a review on two of our products. Yes, the sausage roll is only small being the more traditional size which is indicative of the smaller price at $2.60 each-maybe we should do a larger size...More
Beautiful old building with a great range of food and drinks medium price but worth the money in a great location with local history on the walls and awesome old feel to it. Lovely staff and alot of seating only 20 minutes from Hobart