Great place for lunch great location on the way to the Stevensons Falls the meals were excellent well worth a visit when you visit Marysville
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This eatery will be converted into a B& B from September 2016. The restaurant will then relocate to the Duck Inn. The food here is beautiful and the staff are friendly and considerate. The sweet muffins were excellent but the shortbread is divine!!
Lovely setting, good coffee and a unique cake (Lemon, Lime & apricot crumble). However, the owners are moving to the Marysville Pub, and the patisserie will become a B & B, so get there while you can.
Visited in the depth of winter on a misty day for a warm beveridge. The place itself was a bit sterile but a warm reprieve. I had a European hot chocolate, disappointingly didn't come with marshmallows but was so delicious that I almost didn't care.
Recently we had lunch at this restaurant. There was an excellent choice of starters and meals. For older people like us who do not eat large meals, the size and quality of our luncheon meal was just right. he local wines bythe glass were also...More
We went there for breakfast before heading back to Mel. Place was cozy and we ordered breakfast set for 4.... Portion was big and tasty but costly as paid around $80++ inc coffee...
Nice atmosphere and food but fairly over-priced. I had a steak sandwich which was a little on the small side yet cost $19. We didn't go back after that
Beautiful fresh local food perfectly prepared and presented, and warm friendly service. Need I say more? I had the local Buxton smoked trout pasta, and my partner had the beef and Guinness pie, Mmmmm.. This is a must for lunch, a snack or just to...More