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Blue Cafe is located on the North Eastern side of Launceston on Invermay Road, just near the Tramway Museum and UTAS Stadium.
Offering a lovely, somewhat cave like environment of stone and slate, the interior of Blue Cafe is relaxing and trendy. The seating is...More
Website says open Sunday,sign on door says closed Sundays Change the website.Also a sign at entrance to car park should be removed when not open.You missed out on a lot of dollars.Launceston does not have enough cafes open especially after a big event ie AFL...More
Dropped by for brunch of pizza and corn fritters yesterday. Never your standard pizzas here. Always interesting combinations of ingredients such as brussel sprouts, gorgonzola, goat cheese, mushrooms, jamon, garlic scapes and basil (to name just a few). Bases good too. Corn fritters also not...More
Had morning tea here. Parking easy in carpark. Quite a bit to choose from on the menu. Both of us had a cake with our drink, my carrot cake very firm and difficult to eat. Cup of tea nice. The other problem, which is a...More
Only wanted a light lunch, not a full meal. Asked if any sandwiches. Told a green salad, lettuce, cucumber. No thanks. Said we could get a pork sandwich but would have to take away did not want other customers seeing eating sandwich. Most expensive sandwich...More
We dropped in for a quick lunch before going through the various museums as my wife was a bit hungry. She chose something that looked like miniature hamburger patties with a small dish of some sort of sauce but were hard as rocks and were...More
Coffee was ok but the $10 snacks were beyond pathetic. The green salad was lettuce leaves only. Nothing else - not even a dressing. So rattled were we by this substandard effort we still ate the 2 timy beef croquettes that also coat $10 and...More