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3584 CafÃ© & Bistro set in the Historic Sandstone Donnybrook Hotel. Located on the Highway at Bowenfels (Lithgow) with easy off road parking at rear. Serving great Coffee and Food. Freshly baked scones, banana bread and cakes. Homemade pies and sausage rol
3 based on 16 reviews
Called in having driven down from the Central Coast needing a break & a coffee. The service was quick & friendly & the breakfast I ordered was good. The coffee was also very good. I really enjoyed the fact that there was a glass covered part of the seated area which let in plenty of natural light & would be great in winter. There were a lot of people calling in so it must be reasonable!
Located in the east end of town, this is a relatively new restaurant, serving great tasting meals. Servings are generous and the coffee is great too. Service is friendly and efficient. Meals were prepared quickly. Those only thing I would suggest is cushions for the metal chairs. They are too cold in the winter! Suggest you park in Railway Parade as only one hour parking through the day in Main Street.
4 based on 30 reviews
Dropped in here for lunch and wasn't wowed by the place. Staff were quiet, but friendly. The food was slow to come out - over 30 min wait for our 2 meals. When it did arrive it was rather bland. I had the flathead, chips and salad. Basically, the flathead were straight from a frozen packet, probably from the local Woolies. The chips tasted like they had been cooked in an odd flavoured oil and the salad was a basic one you'd expect from a pub that nobody eats. For the 4 fish fillets, I got the smallest serving of sauce that was enough to cover one fillet. I won't be back - not because of poor service, mainly just the food. It's just a bit boring for my liking. Hi, we're sorry to hear you didn't enjoy your experience here at Onelia's. We're just a small town, family owned and operated cafe, nothing too fancy. Our motto is quite literally "Simple food, fine coffee". We pride ourselves on our ability to provide simple dining for our customers but also adding a touch of flare to our specials we offer from time to time. The flathead we buy is sourced from Australian waters, battered in a Pale Ale batter and yes, frozen, but is definitely not from Woolies! All of our stock is ordered in from our suppliers. We're happy to share that we use 100% Canola Oil, which we think you'd find to be a rather common oil used amongst assorted cafe's. Yes, our salad is a basic, lettuce, Beet, tomato, cucumber, carrot and onion salad. We find our regular customers enjoy our simple, tasty food. However, we understand that simple, old-style cafe food is not everyone's cup of tea. Glad to hear the service was ok.
4 based on 225 reviews
This cafe used to be a great place to go, nestled in the valley with wildlife walking around much to the delight of guests. I went there on several occasions for work functions and with friends and the food was always very good. However it turned into a vegan cafe with no advance warning. The menu has declined as they only cater for a minority group. As I have health issues and there are a lot of things that I canât eat I cannot go there. Lithgow has lost a cafe that used to be well populated. The owners would have been better advised to offer a wider variety on the menu including food that catered for all instead of limiting themselves to a minority group. I wonât be returning and do not recommend itThanks so much for taking the time to post your review! We changed the menu back in 2015, almost 4 years ago now! We published the change on our website and social media, we also held a menu launch and promoted this to local news. We did this to align our menu with our values of conservation and wildlife preservation. You may not know that cutting back on your meat and dairy consumption is the single biggest thing you can do to cut back on your carbon footprint, save water and essentially help to save whole ecosystems. If you always appreciated the animals that live here, surely you also appreciate these values as well. Interestingly, the feedback has always been that we NOW cater to a wider variety of people than we did before. We now cater for guests with dairy and egg allergies, vegans, vegetarians. In fact, everyone can eat vegetables! As always, we also cater for any additional allergies and intolerances but we have never met a human that is an obligate carnivore. We have been busier than ever before since the change and continue to get busier, as more people start to realise that the future of food is plant based! Thanks again for visiting. -Tenille
4 based on 296 reviews
Recently moved our premise to a much more inviting space. We still have our Hole in the Wall servery window for your convenience. Our restuarant area is an amazing space sure to make you feel very comfortable and welcome. Perfect for large functions. Now
We made a small detour into the town of Lithgow on the recommendation of a friend, to sample The Tin Shed. The friendly staff directed us to the garden at the rear where we could take our dog and after perusing the menu we decided that we just had to stay for lunch. What a find this place is. My husband ordered the goat curry and I ordered the Spanish seafood soup. Both were worthy of a 5 star restaurant. We sat in the sun and enjoyed every mouthful. We live in the Blue Mountains so we'll definitely be back. The only suggestion (which explains the 4 star rating instead of 5) is that the garden area could be spruced up a little although the whole place definitely had plenty of rustic charm. Thank you to staff and chef, we thoroughly enjoyed our lunch.
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