Not my favorite place but many co-workers like it. My favorite thing cafe Nola offers is the fish and chips (without the tarter sauce).
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We really enjoyed our Sunday breakfast at Cafe Nola. This cute restaurant is right in town so very convenient. The food was great and service very good. It is a little pricey for breakfast and gets quite crowded, so we do suggest you make a...More
We stopped there for lunch and there were four of us. Two of us had the chicken sandwich and we were both happy with that choice. They could meet our gluten free requirements as well. However a friend of ours ordered the hamburger and didn't...More
I think Café Nola tries too hard and has far less than skilled chefs. This time I ordered halibut. It was clearly previously frozen (why?? fresh halibut is abundant this time of year!), and also poorly cooked. Rubbery, devoid of any flavor, the dish was...More
Visiting friends on Bainbridge, we hit this place for a late breakfast. Service and food were very good, menu selections interesting, not just the usual fare. The problem was after we had paid and left and were down the road. I noticed that we had...More
Wander down to end of the main street from the ferry and slip into Cafe Nola, preferably on the patio on a sunny day. They serve a range of delicious fresh options (we tried the grilled asparagus salad and the fabulous French toast), including some...More
We selected Cafe Nola due to the nice external seating area and was not disappointed. Whilst we were between the lunch and dinner menus so the choice was limited we all found something we liked and the service was good. If you take the ferry...More
We've eaten here several times since our recent move to Bainbridge and its alway a treat. Nice ambiance, great food, professional service, for both lunch and dinner.