140 Main Rd, Exeter TAS 7275, Australia
140 Main Road Exeter TA
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Mary Forrest said 4 years ago
Fantastic atmosphere in this cafe in Exeter. If you love bikes you'll love this cafe. Staff nice and friendly and the coffee is great.
Mark Smith said 4 years ago
If you like classic bikes this place is the only place I know of in North Tasmania that let's you admire at least 8 bikes and an array of pictures and articles while enjoying nice food and drink that is reasonably priced.
Karlie Dare said 4 years ago
We really fell in love with this cafe. Great ambience with the bikes and photos. Beautiful food and the staff are friendly and will have a chat with you.
Caroline bedelph said 4 years ago
Decor was very interesting, real bikes and bits. Milkshakes were tasty. Nice staff.
Suneesh Anand said 4 years ago
Amazing place, just on the highway.. if u r a motorcycle fan..a must visit place.. why isnt this place on the tourist map of tasmania!! Old vintage collection of motor cycles...nice ambience..friendly staff..good food and reasonable rates..
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