The industrial-themed space seats 140 diners and the 21 staff, including 3 chefs, prepare over 140 meals daily on weekdays and between 300 to 400 meals on the weekends. The coffee they use is roasted in Melbourne by Wide Open Road and you can read more about them here. Serving about 700 coffees daily, they sure know what they are doing!
On my mother's recommendation, our family visited the cafe on a Sunday afternoon for lunch. There is a large car park with an abundance of spaces right outside. For those taking public transport, Boronia Railway Station is a five minute walk away.
Forage Food Store spares you the highfalutin' item names that some menus have - just clear ingredients without fancy Belly of the Dragon for a roast pork dish. The specials menu features five diverse choices of comestibles.
Food arrived within fifteen minutes and was devoured in the next fifteen. The Big Veg ($19.5) included homemade baked beans - not the canned variety, which seemed to be different types of beans simmered in tomato paste. It was healthy and delicious. The eggs can be cooked to your preference.