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Cafe of the Year 2017 National Savour Awards for excellence. At The Artisan Cafe we draw inspiration from the artisan (ar-ti-san) of old: a skilled manual worker or tradesperson taking pride in their craft. To this end, skilled professionals create our food and beverages on the premises, as far as is practicable, from scratch. We use high quality ingredients, locally sourced where possible, resulting in food and beverages with exceptional flavour which we are proud to offer and certain you will enjoy. Additionally, we continually strive to operate in the most ethically sound manner possible. Winners of Restaurant and Catring SA Awards for excellence, Best Cafe/Restaurant 2015
All reviews lunch french toast citrus tart tagine roasted tomatoes eggplant cake steak the main street special events vine covered black coffee local community friendly service tucked away nice atmosphere sit outside
The cafe has won many awards and we can see why.
The cafe prides itself on serving foods produced from local suppliers - this is to be applauded.
2 of the party chose the Artisan Long Burger and the other chose the Spring Salad with...More
Had a double date brunch here with our three dogs and we're surprised at how lovely the outdoor seating area was under the crawler plants in the shade. There are easily 20 spots to sit outside and probably even more inside.
Adam and I had...More
Dropped in to the cafe to reserve a table for lunch for 5 people, one of whom is elderly. The waitress started writing down the reservation when another, more 'senior' waitress rudely insisted 'they don't take reservations for small groups'. I explained that we would...More
The Artisan Cafe in Blackwood is a place we know we can rely on for friendly service and quality next to none in their field. They have a fascinating, diverse range of plates on the menu and make or grow most things they proffer.
After two recent visits to the ‘restaurant of the year’ (the second a matter of geographical convenience) Ihave to say I’m disappointed.
Attempts to book a table over the phone were refused (we were a trio) but I saw reserved notices being put on tables...More