67 Wright St, East Devonport TAS 7310, Australia
67 Wright Street East Devonport TA
Bakery, Cafe, Store, Food
(03) 6427 8706
Monday 6:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Tuesday 6:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday 6:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday 6:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday 6:00 AM – 5:00 PM
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Malcolm Sanders said 4 years ago
Called for late lunch on 12 February 2018 and food and coffee good and the lady gave us some good info on what's around Devonport to see and do and a bit of history. Thanks from M & B Benalla Victoria.
Bilbygumby said 4 years ago
I'm surprised the other reviews are so bad. We grabbed some coffees and cheeky brekkie pie here after getting off the Spirit of Tasmania. The coffee was really good and the pie fresh and tasty. The ladies working there were very friendly and helpful. A great welcome to Tassie! Would definitely return. The cakes looked yummy!
Joseph Sebastian said 5 years ago
I bought 2 beef pies at 7:30 am for $10... walked to the ferry, took a bite of one. It was barely lukewarm, took another bite that was cold, like the rest of it. Tried the other pie... just the same. Rang up the bakery and explained (to the woman who sold them to me) the situation and asked to speak to the manager. She comes back and awkwardly says they're not around, so I give my name and number and ask they call me as soon as they get back... they never returned my call. I threw up 3 times on the bus to Hobart, THANKS PERRY BROS BAKERY !!! I tried 6 more times to reach the staff over the next few days during business hours and they never answered the phone??? This is my first time leaving a negative review anywhere but I feel let down on every level and want to warn others to be weary!
dave thompson said 4 years ago
Good coffee, a regular now
Matt Greening said 6 years ago
A good first-stop when arriving on The Spirit of Tasmania. Polite and friendly services and the coffee was hot and strong but tasted like instant. Too expensive for what was on offer unfortunately.
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