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Great little cafe in Nambour serving wholesome food. As a vegan it has a selection of waffles and brekkie foods. Almond in-house made milk for my coffee was fantastic. Great service. Get yourself in here for a quality meal at a reasonable price.
Dropped in after getting a recommendation further up the street (we aren't local). Lots of natural furnishings etc, and a fairly comprehensive menu. Not many smiles from the staff, despite our friendly efforts, though. The food was pretty good, although the impressive-looking GF bread wasn't...my favourite. Not bad.More
What kind of breakfast place doesn’t open on Saturday mornings. Nambour must be a really poor clientele. We have eaten here before and the food is awesome but the last three times we tried to return, it was closed. It closes early in the day...and I don’t think it is open weekends at all. I have given up trying to get there 😪More
I had a coconut flat white and a granola for breakfast which was the perfect size, tasty, light and oh so delicious. It is lovely to sit outside and watch the world go by. Service is outstanding, food quality is fresh fast and pleasing to...the eye and stomach. I love that everything is gluten and grain free, even if I dont have an intolerance. I just love coming in here, it is a true hidden gem and I will be back.More
Coffee is unbelievably good! Barista is the owner I think, can’t rate his coffees high enough with only 5 stars, best in Nambour hands down! Food is exceptional, fresh, perfect, local produce used in unique healthy gluten and grain free recipes that are SO good...you’d never guess they’re doing your body such a good service. Do your body AND soul a favour - visit Husk and Honey Nambour!More
Yes it's quirky and quaint but that doesn't mean the food is special and unique. Had mushrooms on toast which were ok but given they seem to make their own bread, it becomes very subjective.
Seemed to be more focussed on the bread than the...mushrooms and it's not a style of bread I enjoy.
The furniture is obviously an eclectic mix from way back when and it certainly gives it a quaint and homely atmosphere.
A total turnoff was the small serviette which is close to impossible to use.More