Breakfast with a 3 yo can be difficult. But the quick service made it much easier. Breakfast amazing
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Menu looked great as are the reviews so decided to try this place for lunch when visiting Ballarat for work. But after 15 minutes without being offered a menu or any service, I left. There were two young waitresses but clearly no one running the...More
My husband & I love Lekker. The SJ & The Whipper are delicious! Coffee is fantastic 99.9% of the time but every so often there’s one that’s a tad burnt but still drinkable. Service is always lovely. Their hollandaise is the best I’ve had.
We always stop off for a break in Ballarat when driving to and from Melbourne and this cafe is our new favourite. Excellent staff, food and service. Could not fault it at all. It was a busy lunchtime and the staff were rushed off their...More
Came for breakfast with family on a Saturday. I had he scrambled eggs and toast with bacon, which was very good (especially the bacon), by others in the party had he French toast and the pancakes which looked (and by their accounts tasted) amazing. The...More
I was staying a couple of doors away so this was very convenient for Sunday breakfast before I headed back to Melbourne. It lived up to all the good reviews. I arrived just after 9:00 and several tables were already occupied. The service was quick,...More
The food was fantastic but the service outstanding We arrived with our 6 year old with only a table for 2 available and they suggested we take it and they would move us when a table for 4 became available. This happened almost immediately. We...More
Enjoyed my breakfast. The wait staff got our orders and many other orders wrong on the day. I have been before when they were much better.
Delicious! Parking was easy. It’s not a hipster coffee shop, it was comfortable and the food was amazing! Coffee delicious and the service was fast and friendly, If I’d found it earlier we would have been regulars over our two week visit
Was sat down at a table for 4. Asked for some water while we looked at the menu. Waited. Watched as people after us were seated receive their coffee and food. Walked out.