Grabbed a takeaway coffee, not too impressed with either coffee, service, or speed (too used to CBD baristas I guess). Atmosphere decent though.
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Favourite place so far in Yea. Cottagie feel but fresh (I saw the chef pick some lettuce leaves while we sat waiting for our food). SO FRESH food. Really tasty but also healthy with chicken salad and sandwiches loaded with fresh veges, daal dish that...More
The previous owners have split the businesses and Gallery 34 (pictured) is now separate from MannaFest Café. MannaFest Café can now be found at 94 High Street, Yea and is in the Yea Emporium. Same great food, just a little further down the street...
Mannafest has moved west along the street to larger premises, no longer part of Gallery 34 and has lost the cosy cafe and quaint garden setting with the native frangipani which when in bloom is heavenly and cool for a summers day for outdoor dining....More
Café was very quaint with a real homey feeling. Was a little disappointed with the food however. Other reviews had raised my expectations and while everything was OK it just missed the mark.
Just like home-cooked by Mum! And Mum actually serves you in a manner that shows she enjoys it! Not fancy: homey. Excellent food and service (But hang onto any dish or drink you're not totally done with.)
This little gem is one of the vintage, retro style cafes that makes you feel right at home for lunch or coffee. Recycled furniture and furnishings, as well as lovely locally made goodies for sale. Very friendly service.
We were passing through Yea on a road trip and were so excited that we found this cafe! It is part of the art gallery next door, with a courtyard garden in the middle and a special little shop at the rear with handmade trinkets...More