we have dined here a few times and each time they seem to improve on the last visit, don't expect elaborate dining it is very much down to earth, good sized meals well cooked with lovely service from the staff, the views are spectacular and always a relaxing visit to look out over the sea looking for the whales, the food is homey and well priced, the toilets were well kept and clean, it is a cafe and some people expect 24/7 it is a small country town and as such does not warrant for them to be open for long extended hours, we had breakfast there and it was delicious and a huge meal we shared between us, they are open for breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea but do do dinner on certain nights best to contact center for times but we will continue to visit them for meals. Remember this is run by the local indigenous people of the area so they do a great job of promoting and representing their people. Ask about their culture and background interesting to hear their heritage.
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