We walked for miles through the devastation & were greatly relieved to find a place to sit and eat, especially my 12 year old son. Loved the atmosphere & decor, a real treat. Found the food tasted really good but the serving size was poor and the plates a bit spartan - when you pay $17 for fritters you'd expect at least a small salad side. Popped back a second time for afternoon tea when returning dvds to the fabulous dvd shop next door. This time had excellent caramel slice & mini-banoffee pie. Both excellent - would recommend more for a snack than for a meal as seems this is better value for money.
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