83/85 Towong St, Tallangatta VIC 3700, Australia
85 Towong Street Tallangatta VI
Cafe, Store, Food
Thursday 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Friday 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Saturday 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Sunday 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM
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Lachlan Tilev said 4 years ago
Alright food was ok at best, they served my eggs benny on mini bagels? and my mates pizza pocket things were soggy as hell and tasted horrid imo. Coffee was average but hey you're in Talangatta you get what you get. All that aside, the staff were friendly and the service was great.
Ulrike Krekeler said 4 years ago
I was on a day out and came to Teddy s Joint because of the good reviews. I have a German background and was delighted by the slices of German gherkin on my cheese burger. The cafe is homely, with art all around and light streaming in through large windows. The food was great and there were good magazines to read. A very pleasant experience.
Angus Beath said 3 years ago
Great coffee, great food and great service. A triumvirate of winning.
Beck Kelly said 4 years ago
Beautiful coffee and the best donuts I have ever tasted. Best service in the High Country. If you are driving through the town that moved make sure you drop in and grab something fabulous.
Rachel Campbell said 4 years ago
Beautiful fresh food with fabulous coffee in a welcoming atmosphere. The lusciously coloured walls are covered in refreshing contemporary art. It's a feast for your belly, and for your eyes all at once.
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