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Small group of ladies meeting for breakfast.. Had a lovely time. We will be back again as the staff are great. Helpful
Excellent. Food good. Service tops and Staff friendly and efficient.
Great atmosphere and service. Love that it’s so family friendly.
Fantastic café, wonderful food and service. Can not fault this café at all.
This is a great place to eat for any occasion. Breakfast, lunch, dinner, morning or afternoon tea or special event. They also have a takeaway option. As well as lunch and dinner menus, they have an all-day breakfast menu AND each season has a menu using food specific to that time of year. The meals are to die for. They offer a vast array of options, very generous in size and exceptionally reasonable in price. For those who do not eat large meals, you can order from the kid's menu (even if you have not been a kid for some time). You can request specific changes in your meal and have gluten-free and vegetarian options. If you are unable to finish your meal you get a doggy-bag to take home!!!! All the staff are fantastic!! They are always happy and smiling and friendly and bend over backwards to help you! The only con is: Dinner is only available Thursday through Sunday. I highly recommended you eat there. I think you will be hooked. Don Samwell
Cafe63 at Winston Glades is fantastic. Not only is their food cooked perfectly and the servings are huge, their service is the best I've seen in a long time. For example, we ordered My three year old niece an orange juice but it was fresh so it had pulp which she didn't like. So I asked the waiter if u could order her a chocolate milk. Well he not only brought the chocolate milk straight away, he didn't charge us for the juice which really wasn't their fault. I also got to take my left overs home because they gave me a takeaway container to put it in (I've had gastric sleeve surgery and can never eat a full meal). The only thing I could fault was that we were seated near the cutlery tray and one waiter was drying the cutlery and clanging them into the tray which made it had for my daughter and I to hear each other
The staff member serving us was very nice, he seemed to be the only person doing the majority of the work at front of house and was servicing all of the tables last night. The other girls working last night didnt seem to be servicing any of the tables. Because he was the only one serving the tables and taking orders, we waited for a considerable time before we were able to place our meal order. All of guests had arrived by 5:45pm (large group booking hence we came in early to avoid peak meal times) and he took our drink orders (which also seemed to take a long time to come out considering the place wasn't overly busy). However, at 6:05pm we then went and asked if he could take our meal orders and waited a further ten minutes before he could get to our table and take orders. There is also a major issue with the lighting outside, we asked if the lights could be turned on and were told it is set to a timer/responds to the outside lighting. This needs to be adjusted, especially coming into winter. We couldn't see our menus and resorted to using our phone lights to light up the table until the lights came on.
Every time I go there I'm impressed. The food is good the atmosphere is great and the prices I'm sure are the best in town. But what really impresses me is that I think that it is becoming a community hub, many of the people there look like they have just walked from there homes near by. A place where the locals can grab a coffee or a meal and meet friends. Lots of customers are met with a familiar "Nice to see you again", and because the prices are so reasonable and they are happy to accommodate particular wants lots of elderly people are coming along as well. All in all a great asset to our city and Flinders View.
I was served a Peroni beer and had to ask for a beer glass. They don't have proper beer glasses and I was given a warm water glass. I had a word to someone, who I think might be the franchisee owner, and he apologised and he put another glass in the freezer for me for my next beer. I also commented that glass (beer) coasters would be a welcomed addition instead of water pooling on the table. The meals were terrific, Steven's service outstanding and we will go back. It's a family styled restaurant and there's no dress code, which is a minor point but for dinner, you'd expect that people could make an effort but I guess standards these days aren't what they used to be. You can only book online and I sent an email asking if the restaurant was licensed. That email has still not been responded to. Try the beef off the rib, with the BBQ sauce and hot vegetables - it's really good!
Overall I really enjoyed dining at Cafe63. The staff are very good, it has a good atmosphere and location, and the meal was delicious and reasonably priced. However, they have a few things that could be improved such as the presentation of the Drysdale as the lamb didn’t look very appealing (though tasted lovely), when an egg is ordered with a hamburger you’d expect it to be on the burger instead of sitting on the plate, one of the menu items was named inappropriately and should be changed, and too much disposable plastic is used (eg for the table water and milk shakes which should be provided in glass bottles and metal containers respectively). That said, I will return and certainly recommend the café chain to others.