Having visited this cafe on both weekdays and weekends, I found it to be a unique little hang out for average coffee along the railway corridor. It does seem to attract an older crowd, although of a weekend the place can become quite busy, and with few outdoor seating and a large open-space indoor, a cold winters day may not be a great choice.
Food was decent, servings cakes and light meals, coffee seemed average and a greater emphasis may go further. Service was ok, pay at counter first, and they did forget part of the menu to the table until reminded.
This is a unique experience in Bathurst, adorned in a century-old mill building, with boutique spaces within, including antiques, arts, and a local wine cellar door. Early days of the Crago redevelopment, and hopefully evolving into a destination for good food and coffee to complement the unique experience.
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