We discovered this place on our way home from the Port Fairy Folk Festival when not much was open. Home made cakes, wraps and light lunches. Very friendly service. Great coffee too.
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Had lunch and the food was great. Danni, the girl who served us was extremely friendly and told us a lot about her little town.
Nice food, but hard to buy something without butter/marg or sweet sauce. Had great toasties and all arrived in a reasonable time. I would advise asking for hot drinks ahead if important to you. Nice toilet, but no hand wash for a couple of days.
Needed a caffeine hit driving between Port Fairy and Ballarat and came accriss this cafe. The person serving was friendly but a minimalist when it came to conversation, but the coffee that she pumped out made up for it. We shared a couple of nice...More
We stopped for a quick lunch on or way home from Port Fairy. The food was quite good but took half an hour for pre made sandwiches and foccacias (yes they were toasted) to come to the table. And they were not busy at the...More
Well presented cafe with lovely rustic country atmosphere and pleasant ambience. The food was nice, although my poached eggs were inconsistent (one semi firm, one super runny and underdone) and the meals were brought out at fairly random intervals, with large gaps in between. There...More
Stopped for lunch on the way to Port Fairy. Absolutely perfect pies...chicken leek and bacon. You can tell they are hand crafted on site and served by the chef with a big smile. Excellent coffee served at a perfect temperature. ..also with a big smile...More
My wife, daughter (3 years old) and I were on the road between Warrnambool and Ballarat and had a need for a caffeine (and hot chocolate) recharge at Derrinallum. We stopped at The Front Paddock Cafe. Whilst we didn't eat anything and just picked up...More