9 Moore St, Goomeri QLD 4601, Australia
9 Moore Street Goomeri QL
(07) 4168 4026
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Jacqueline Rowbotham said 4 years ago
Beautiful food. Service could be more freindly.
Richard said 4 years ago
Absoloutley outstanding food, its so precise with the descriptions it gives you on the menu and every detail is perfected brilliantly. The coffee, may i say is one of the best in the south burnett and alot of love is given into making these cups of joy. The staff are very easy to approach and serve you with great amounts of manners. The builiding its self had amazing plants, pictures, features and many more interesting items added into it to make it that more intriguing, you can tell a lot of hardwork was put into making this cafe a place where people can relax and feel comfortable eating in. I highly highly recommend this cafe as all of the cafes features are highly intelligent. Fabulous fabulous work on the cafe. 👌👌👌👌👌👌👌👌👌👌👌👌👌👌👌
Bronwen Kippen said 4 years ago
Best coffee in the South Burnett and simple, stylish & tasty fresh breakfast. Made with all local produce! A little taste of Melbourne in Goomeri
Philip Keymer said 5 years ago
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