103 Longwarry - Nar Nar Goon Rd, Garfield VIC 3814, Australia
103 Longwarry - Nar Nar Goon Road Garfield VI
(03) 5629 2180
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Tom Telford said 4 years ago
I could recommend this place for the amazing food, or perhaps the lovely atmosphere. There are many reasons I could recommend it but the main one has got to be Rebecca. A credit to the business and honestly the main reason we came back.
Adam Debono said 4 years ago
So lucky to have an amazing coffee so close to home, great staff, owner is very friendly amd accommodating. Food tastes beautiful, thankyou 5 stars
Andrew McCready said 4 years ago
A great find. Quality city style food in the country. Definitely worth a visit.
Alana K said 4 years ago
Only had take away coffee, but it was fantastic! Also a really cute venue with massive aesthetic appeal. Keen to try the food!
Debbie Rose said 4 years ago
What a gem tucked back in off the street. Stunning breakfast presented so beautifully. Choices on the menu endless! Definitely will be back to work my way through the menu. GF options aplenty.
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