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Cafe

38 Morrow St, Wagga Wagga NSW

2 Reviews

Best Known For

Lamb Backstrap with Potato Wedges, Roast Winter Vegetables and a Garlic Mushroom Jus

Location & Map

38 Morrow St, Wagga Wagga 2650 NSW - See Map

Opening Hours

Mon  8:00:AM - 4:00:PM
Tue  8:00:AM - 4:00:PM
Wed  8:00:AM - 4:00:PM
Thu  8:00:AM - 4:00:PM
Fri  8:00:AM - 4:00:PM
Fri  5:30:PM - 8:30:PM
Sat  9:00:AM - 4:00:PM
Sat  5:30:PM - 8:30:PM
Sun  9:00:AM - 4:00:PM

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Member Reviews (2)

McWhere

This Cafe was the winner of the prestigious , NSW Southern Breakfast Restaurant Award for year 2011, returning we found the standard, and service had not changed, the culinary emphasis is still fresh, organic, locally produced food, in a warm friendly atmosphere. Dull - gold walls and polished wooden floors, with an amazing array of colourful art works all painted by co owner Paul, dark olive squabs covered with a assorted of interesting cushions, compliment the tables and chairs of mixed metal, vinyl, wood and marble. An alcove in one wall contains various bottles of wine, glasses etc., while the spotless stainless steel kitchen is also on display, completing a charming unique decor. All the breads of sour dough, unbleached flour baguettes etc. are produced on the premises from local organic ingredients. For starters we had organic Raisin and Nashi pear toasted bread with organic butter, absolutely delightful. followed by house-made, pan fried Prawn and Pistachio pesto cakes with lime mayonnaise and fresh winter greens, plus the daily special of, organic lamb and herb sausages, caramelised leek , fennel, green garlic, heirloom carrots, sun dried tomato, with Randall organic rice (Koshi Hikari) both meals were prepared and presented beautifully. We also enjoyed the award winning organic coffee, roasted locally by Premium Coffee Roasters Marcia McCoy innovative gourmet chef, Paul Nolte organic farmer and artist, have made this a Cafe/Restaurant of distinction.

McWhere

This Cafe was the winner of the prestigious , NSW Southern Breakfast Restaurant award for 2011. This is a highly, competitive, competition to win. The cafe is centrally located, light bright and modern. The walls are adorned with delightful eccentric paintings, by owner, artist, organic farmer, Paul Nolte. Marcia McCoy innovative gourmet chef, has made this "A Cafe of Class" On our arrival we were greeted and made to feel welcome, understandable the cafe was really busy, but the vibe was chatty, friendly, relaxing. The breakfast was the best my wife and I have ever had, this includes France. The food being fresh local organic, and prepared so beautifully, was very tasty, immediately understood why they won the award. The food, service and ambience is world class. This restaurant is a destination. Also has boutique accommodation available. A must visit.