Disappointed by the very overcooked fried fish with chips served by indifferent staff. Won't be going back.
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Fantastic service and great food! Dined at the Niagara several times during my stay in Gundagai. Each time I was greeted with fantastic service. Best pumpkin soup in town! Gluten free options available
This is a true taste of Gundagai life. Lovely, friendly, family-owned cafe on the main street with fabulous memorabilia on the walls. I loved the winter warmer soups on a freezing day.
We have been frequenting the Niagara for many years. It is a part of the heritage of Gundagai. We are always made to feel at home. The best coffee and fresh home made food are to be found here. We can’t go past the chips...More
If you are into disrespectful kids and 2 bad attitude young females then this the place to go. And on some days its a real live jerry springer show. They can be really nasty people.
Having travelled the world and lived and loved many places (and eaten a lot in all those places). One thing I am eternally grateful for is places like the Niagara. The owners are locals and have kept the eating experience in the Niagara as a...More
What a sleepy little town and what a sleepy mob are employed to work in this cafe Served by a slender woman who was either constipated or just naturally totally irritable, we ordered a bowl of soup and a toasted cheese sandwich all of which...More
Good strong coffee. Fascinating to sit and soak in the history and memorabilia. Original seating, old world milk bar atmosphere
Quirky and charming decor, historic style ethnic cafe, badly worn tables and chairs, seating uncomfortable, staff miserable and unwelcoming, food average to poor. Worth a visit perhaps the staff will be happier and more hospitable on another day.
Great atmosphere. Good food and service. Very nostalgic. Right in the heart of town. Very clean and friendly. Prices very reasonable.