Had a real selection of food between us. Korean fried chicken, poached eggs and tea and coffee. Very nice art deco style. Helpful and friendly staff.
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The service in this cafe was utterly appalling - totally nonresponsive and seemingly provided by staff with little or no experience of hospitality. This was a huge pity because the food was great, and a table out the front in the winter sun was a...More
Food was disappointing ordered a BLT had to search for the bacon, lettuce was limp unappealing and tasteless. The whole plate was covered in undercooked chips. The only positive was a decent coffee. We were given a discount when we told the waitress that we...More
The Royal Society has a very broad menu, and have fun with it (I saw what you did with the Korean Fried Chicken). Their hearty meals are large enough to sustain someone with a big appetite (like myself), and their orders come out promptly, would...More
With a bit of improvement, this could be excellent! They do all day breakfast or lunch, so there's lots of tasty options on an interesting menu. The kitchen may still be finding its mojo but there's heaps of potential. The Korean fried chicken "snack sized"...More
Had lunch here and very good food. I had the Chicken Pie (Pie of the Day) and there was real chicken in it. Came with mash potato and Mashed Pumpkin and gravy. Also had banana smoothie. My wife had quiche with chips and salad with...More
Stopped off for breakfast en-route to the Blue Mountains and enjoyed an excellent breakfast here. Truly excellent coffee and pastries all served up by attentive charming staff a lovely experience.
Such a cute little cafe, food is delicious, generous and very affordable. The staff were super friendly and the barista remembered our coffee orders each time we came in. Beautiful coffee. Will definitely be back later in the year when we return to Bathurst for...More