559 Freemans Dr, Cooranbong NSW 2265, Australia
559 Freemans Drive Cooranbong NS
Cafe, Restaurant, Food
(02) 4977 1662
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Scott Hill said 4 years ago
A bit hit and miss. Always very busy though as they have a great location! Would think they'd produce more vegetarian options with quite a lot of vegetarians in the area. You have to get in early to fight over the couple of vegetarian pies and pasties.
Munish Goyal said 4 years ago
Bad customer service. No smile on face no hello Hi. I tried lettuce and salmon sandwich here but it has no taste in it and they didn’t even warm it. Never never never go there. We deserve heaps better thanks
Christine Baker Pateman said 8 years ago
This is a very friendly but busy Cafe with very nice food and Pizza in the evenings..thank you Cooranbong Cafe..
John La Greca said 7 years ago
Coffee is OK if you pick the right day. Cream in the apple turnover was bad... flies crawling over everything...
elisha foreman said 4 years ago
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