They advise two scones with jam and cream is $4-00, but I was pleased when they let me have just one scone for $2-00.
My only slight criticism was that I prefer my coffee in a cup or mug, not the cardboard takeaway containers, although I must admit that with the lid firmly attached my coffee stays hotter longer, and that's a plus.
Oh Woolworths on the corner of Warrigal Rd and High Street, Ashwood has a great little Cafe just like the one discussed and with quite a few tables and chairs. The coffee is great as well as what's offered- food wise. Plus there, you can get a loyalty card and get it stamped. There is always a newspaper to read too if you're sipping alone. Oh and they're great in as much as if you return and after a few visits will remember what kind of coffee you drink!
I carry my ceramic 'fill & go' cup wherever I go for my Coffee fix as I prefer a proper cup. I love my cakes & the selection looks really good which you can't buy in-store, I would be 'promoting' store 'availability'' items from bakery to really get the 'try b4 U buy' experience, this would encourage me to purchase bakery items I haven't tried.
As a lot of Woolworths own brand products contain Palm Oil, it would be interesting to know if the offerings in the cafe are palm oil free? With the probable extinction of orangutans in the next ten years, hopefully they offer alternatives so their customers can make informed purchasing decisions.