I appreciated how fast these guys were. The carrot cake was lovely and fresh. Reasonable prices. I'd rather these things at an airport than perfect decor! Near a toilet also. Close to gates 1-10 in Terminal3
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As with many airport places, it's pretty much the option of last resort. You're trapped. The options are troublingly small. The snacks were just ok here. The coffee can just be rendered drinkable by upping the shots. The staff seem close to distressed working here,...More
The floor badly needs replacing and the staff range from cheerfull to nonchalant. The food looks good but is very expensive, at least the coffee was hot and well made. Only if you are desperate to eat before boarding
This place is one of the filthiest cafes that I have ever been in. There is no way that this cafe has been cleaned regularly. The staff mood is almost as dirty as the tables and floor. I would wonder about the kitchen hygiene.
Great mochas, but not enough seating and miserable unhelpful server who would not help with the airport's free wifi access.
No pleasant surprises here at The Fly in the Melbourne airpoort. The food in the glass counter would be the entirety of your choices: sandwiches, pizza slices, meat pies and rolls, and some pastries. Limited beer menu unless you like light-colored, mostly tasteless beers (one...More
One toasted, tasty pastrami on turkish bread. One quite tasty mushroom and gruyere cheese pie that required second heating even after a request for "very hot". One glass red wine and one cider. Not bad compared to most airport food. Tables needed a wipe. Paper...More
I was very disappointed by this "cafe" I was looking for a sandwich while waiting for my plane and stumbled upon this cafe it looked nice from the out side with a few things in a glass case but that was it. They had quite...More
Nice quick service. Disapointed that at 1101am they wouldnt do the breakfast menu. It closes at 11am. Light meal option was ok. I chose a quiche which was hot and tasty but thought it would come with more than a few bits of endive for...More