This cafe doesn't look much: it's clean and attractive in a rustic, hippy sort of way, but it's tiny and not your glamorous kind of place. However, the lunch and breakfast type food is fabulous. Everything seems to be organic (it's part of a health food store) and it's very well put together. We both had poached eggs, bacon and avocado for lunch & a ginger zing & then lashed out on some totally yummy fruit cake & a gluten-free nut tart. The bacon was the best we've ever tasted. A lady on one of the tiny tables near us praised her soup, in a huge bowl. We took away more sinful cake & a wrap. Gluten-free bread & cake. No toilet, but you can walk down to the public toilets and admire the stunning little park. If you're doing a Melbourne-
Adelaide commute, this historic, pretty town is worth a stop.
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