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by Lesley Mitchell (subscribe)
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Published April 12th 2013
Retro, funky fare - you may wonder where on earth you are
Retro, funky and out there are all words used to describe Eclectic Tastes cafe.

As you enter the cafe, you will be surrounded by odds and ends - which make you wonder whether you have walked into a cafe, an op shop or granny's lounge room.

The lampshades are made out of recycled plastic cups with paper clips.

Menus are made from old Golden books that have had the pages removed and then combined back into menus.

The front outdoor al fresco eating area resembles something of a chic French cafe.

The front cafe rooms have a funky Australian cafe feel.

The back room looks like it has been taken directly from chairman Maos revolution, with funky revolution posters papering the walls.

Their sense of quirky extends to the pots of tea, decorated with individual crocheted covers.

Their menu is quite extensive and offers a wide range of adventurous selections.

Eclectic taste can be found at:
2 Burnbank Street, Ballarat

035 3399252

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Why? Retro, Funky and out there are all describe ecclectic tastes cafe.
Phone: 035 3399252
Where: 2 Burnbank Street, Ballarat
Cost: From a few dollars
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