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Lotus Eaters Cafe

20 locals recommend · Estimated price 2 out of 4

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Robert & Fiona
Robert & Fiona
April 28, 2019
This small cafe has heaps of atmosphere. Outside is great too -nice to warm yourself in the morning sun.
Emlyn And Jill
Emlyn And Jill
January 20, 2019
Great fresh seasonal dishes
Olita
Olita
October 21, 2018
Amazing fresh Food of the season and decadent cakes
Sandra
Sandra
October 17, 2018
Great coffee and cake. Love the rugelach!
Judy
Judy
May 06, 2018
Great breakfast, great cakes and coffee, nice atmosphere.

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Location
10 Mary Street
Cygnet, TAS 7112
Phone(03) 6295 1996
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens 9:00 AM