Find out what Cafe restaurants to try in Devonport including Laneway, Hill Street, The Brown Bear Eatery, Cafe Xoxo, Inn-dulgence Cafe, Waterfront Cafe, Cafe Squire, Zest Cafe and Bakehouse, Stonie's Restaurant & Coffee Lounge, Dockside Food and Coffee
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4 based on 27 reviews
Docking at 6-30am we found this real greasy spoon cafe but they do serve a really good breakfast and on our return journey we stopped there again for a glass or two of wine before boarding the ferry.Do not be put off by the appearance of the cafe.
3 based on 75 reviews
This is just a typical Cafe offering the usual affair located ideally for pedestrian traffic in the Devonport Mall. It has no features or attributes to attract a planned visit and is probably not ideal due to the Devonport Council's costly parking arrangements but good if you are there on other business.
4 based on 27 reviews
Menu, pricing and the quality of the food meant a 5 star rating was the only way to go. Negatives were minor. Waitress who took order was a bit serious but the one who delivered them was better. My friend's steak sandwich and chips was apparently delicious with nice crispy chips and my Tiger Chicken breast with prawns was awesome for under $20.Excellent range of choices on the lunch menu. All sub $20. We also both enjoyed our Iced coffees!
4 based on 40 reviews
Cafe Squire is a humble place where anyone can sit down, relax, enjoy a meal or a drink. We are open 6 days a week and would love for you to come, visit and say hello!
We were lucky to get in here after booking late for Mothers Day lunch for eight. Great Service, very quick even though the place was quite full and busy, lovely meals. In addition to the normal menu there was a lovely lamb roast on the menu. We will be back.
4 based on 84 reviews
Absolute water views with fresh home made food at very affordable prices. We have a kids play room with a TV and a full 18 hole mini golf course for the teens, while mum and dad sit back and relax with a beer, wine or coffee.
Does not look too promising as you approach the cafÃ© as you pass a number of large storage tanks. However, the cafÃ© is actually located away from the tanks, and has very pleasant river views.The cafÃ© is otherwise fairly standard, with decent bacon and eggs (lots of bacon) and good coffee.Overall the Waterfront CafÃ© is above average and worth a visit if you are in Devonport and need brekky. Parking is right outside, and plenty of it.
4 based on 68 reviews
These ladies offer the best customer service, making it understandable why they are busy. My last visit I enjoyed a Chai latte and a delicious salmon salad. The salad was a half serving and still ample for lunch. Service was quick and I was most impressed with this cafe.
4 based on 68 reviews
I had a curry for lunch, vegetarian one with chickpeas. I was asked how spicy I wanted it and it was delicious. It was served with a bowl of rice, a flat bread and a few other dips really tasty and full of flavors. I really enjoyed it and the coffee was good and the waitress friendly
4 based on 28 reviews
Not a bad little restaurant. The staff were friendly and efficient. Was just a bit disappointed by the limited lunch menu.Basically fish and chips, a burger or two and Toasted foccasias or salad. Thank goodness they do all day breakfast as well.What we had was ok. Wife had the Fish and chips with salad. Fish nice, chips were seasoned so tasty and well cooked but the salad was mostly just leaves with balsamic vinegar...My Grizzly (a big breakfast) was pretty good too.Tried a Tumeric Latte, it tasted "healthy" but an acquired taste I think! Was a good but not great experience.
4 based on 65 reviews
We are very fortunate to have a supermarket/cafe like this on our doorstep in Tasmania. What an incredible supermarket to shop in. A bit like Waitrose in England. Certainly not your standard IGA store in Tasmania. Upon walking through the door the stunning fresh flowers and gifts are begging you to come look and buy. It's the kind of store you go into for 1 item and come out with lots. It is very tempting to stop off for a quick coffee after shopping.
4 based on 577 reviews
Open from 6:30am 7 days a week including public holidays. Our aim is to focus on turning great quality locally produced goods into simple fresh cafe-faire food. Together with a professional standard of coffee and a warm and welcoming service we hope you e
My partner and I stopped in here for some lunch. Heaps of yummy things to chose from on the menu. We had trouble deciding. I had the Fried Chicken Burger and my partner had a quinoa chickpea falafel. See phots attached. My partner loved her meal. Regarding my burger, I wish it was just one piece of fried chicken fillet instead of 3 chicken strips. Still tasted good.
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