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Fancy country cafes/restaurants for breakfast?

By Merle - 29 August 2011 10

Anyone know of any nice breakfast cafes around the Sutton/Collector/Bungendore area?

Looking for somewhere slightly up-market for a special breakfast. Something along the lines of the now-closed Lynwood Cafe or Poacher’s Pantry is what I had in mind (and before you hit the reply button, yes, the actual Poacher’s Pantry is an option, just wondering if there was anywhere else to add to the list).

Thanks!

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Fancy country cafes/restaurants for breakfast?
Madam Cholet 7:04 am 21 Feb 14

Fabulous cafe at Jugiong if you want to venture a bit further. To be honest don’t know what their breaky is like but lunch there is great. A little bit pricey and very busy on public holidays and therefore possibly weekends. Wouldn’t quite call it up market, but really nice spot. There’s another cafe on the way back to Canberra -I think at Bowning that I heard reviews for. Roll on In or something to that effect.

Masquara 10:13 pm 20 Feb 14

JA85 said :

Holden Caulfield said :

Does Pialligo count as country? If so Pod Food is still very good, even after a change of management (which was some time ago now, mind).

plus 1 for pod food. yummy

Pod do shithouse coffee though.

obrijo 7:08 pm 20 Feb 14

qbngeek said :

EvanJames said :

Grazing at Gundaroo is very upmarket and good. Not really a “little breakfast cafe” though.

\Especially since they don’t do breakfast….

They do at the cellar door behind and it’s excellent.

JA85 5:10 pm 20 Sep 11

Holden Caulfield said :

Does Pialligo count as country? If so Pod Food is still very good, even after a change of management (which was some time ago now, mind).

plus 1 for pod food. yummy

qbngeek 4:05 pm 29 Aug 11

EvanJames said :

Grazing at Gundaroo is very upmarket and good. Not really a “little breakfast cafe” though.

\Especially since they don’t do breakfast….

EvanJames 3:55 pm 29 Aug 11

Grazing at Gundaroo is very upmarket and good. Not really a “little breakfast cafe” though.

Keijidosha 3:46 pm 29 Aug 11

Flint in the Vines at Murrumbateman cater for Sunday breakfast. Not sure if that suits you but it is a great place and fits your “slightly upmarket” request.

Holden Caulfield 2:42 pm 29 Aug 11

Does Pialligo count as country? If so Pod Food is still very good, even after a change of management (which was some time ago now, mind).

I-filed 1:48 pm 29 Aug 11

Yep – Bungendore Woodworks. The other week they were kind enough to serve our table a mix of breakfasts and lunches! Even though we were past the breakfast time limit. Excellent breakfast!

arescarti42 1:32 pm 29 Aug 11

I often go to the Bungendore woodworks gallery cafe for weekend breakfasts and recommend it. The food and service has been good whenever I’ve been, and probably fits the “little bit upmarket” criteria.

http://www.bungendorewoodworks.com.au/cafe

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