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Lunch at the Firepot cafe

Lunched yesterday at the Firepot cafe in Gordonton. (New Zealand)
The first feature we liked was that there is plenty of parking – this matters to us as Bill, my partner, can not walk a long distance.
The staff gave us a friendly welcome and offered the brunch menu.
Bill ordered Eggs Benedict and I had something called a Breakfast Stack.
The meal was served with a minimal waiting time, the coffee was excellent and we both rated the quality of the food as 8/10.
The price was around the usual that we expect to pay for this sort of meal.

A very tiny  corner of the cafe held an eclectic assortment of items for sale, very cleverly arranged to make a striking display.

Definitely a place to visit again.

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