We stopped there for lunch. The venue is good very welcoming but the choice of cakes etc quite expensive. A pork and fennel sausage roll $14 served to the table. The soup was nice but the bread with it was average. Better bakeries in town.
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Had lunch here. Delicious light savoury meal (pumpkin pastry) and very nice dessert (lemon lime tart, clafoutis). Coffees were good. Service was excellent. Although quite busy and tables quite close together, we did not feel hemmed in and could still talk. The food display cases...More
Just walking past the shop frontage is enough to make you forget about anything you have to do! The array of pastries beautifully presented sends your senses into overload. The fresh smells of coffee and croissant makes you want to sit down and just relax....More
Pride is what makes this place great; see it in the display window outside; hear it as you open the door; smell it, taste it feel it. Artistry, dedication, passion and self-belief are all evident here.
We walk down from North Hobart to the waterfront and enjoy a morning coffee as our treat and pleasure experiencing Hobart on a fresh September morning. The coffee is strong the staff friendly and accommodating and the food supreme. The hardest challenge is deciding what...More
As I said, the sweeties and cakes were excellent but the premises need an upgrade. Difficult seating and counter service. Worth a visit. Pick your times. Cakes are excellent!