153 Great Ocean Rd, Apollo Bay VIC 3233, Australia

Breakfast Restaurant, Cafes, Coffee Shop

Cafe, Food

(03) 5237 1123


Open Hours

Monday 8:00 AM – 9:30 PM
Tuesday 8:00 AM – 9:30 PM
Wednesday 8:00 AM – 9:30 PM
Thursday 8:00 AM – 9:30 PM
Friday 8:00 AM – 9:30 PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday 8:00 AM – 9:30 PM

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Cafe 153

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Bianca De Maria said 4 years ago
Very poor. We paid $56 for 2 coffees, 2 juices and 2 serves of toast with sides. The Kitchen is obviously working docket by docket which is ridiculous as 2 serves of toast with already cooked/prepped sides should NOT take 45 minutes to come out! The restaurant was half full when we arrived and there were dirty plates everywhere. The tables were filthy. Whrn our food finally arrived the baked beans had obviously been microwaved as they were scorching hot and almost inedible, unlike the tomatoes which were completely inedible and cold. The mushrooms were another story, rubber, flavourless and for $4 i would expect more then 3 button mushrooms on my plate. Also dont put margerine on peoples toast, put it on the side. Would not eat here again.
Nathan Clark said 4 years ago
Dropped in for breakfast. Good selection on menu at reasonable prices. Service was thoughtful and considerate.
Richard Tolley said 4 years ago
Amazing breakfast - the eggs bennedict were in fact better than the 5* hotel I recently stayed in in Melbourne and bravo for the smashed avocado. No frills easy service, relaxed atmosphere and friendly team.
Mark said 4 years ago
Great experience with a great view. I was very pleasantly surprised by this small cafe. The service and quality of the meals and drinks for breakfast was flawless. Would definitely recommend. I hope to stop in for another breakfast along the Great Ocean road one day
Brett Jackson said 4 years ago
Perfectly acceptable meal, the friendly staff turned off the ceiling fan for us when we asked. I actually went in because the slow roasted goat pizza they were advertising during the week sounded awesome, but they'd obviously finished it all as it was no longer on the specials. But the Wagyu burger was pretty nice - a jalapeno relish as sauce is a nice change but raw onion has no place in a hamburger unless you're trying to emulate hungry jacks. My wife's slow roasted pork pot pie was really, really tasty. The kid's pizza was bland and uninteresting: perfect toddler food. Not the flashiest place in the world, but it was still quite nice.

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