So, the food is 'healthy' and mostly vegetarian, although they do offer slightly more gluttonous sides such as bacon. What I found interesting was that even the kid's menu was healthy. It included a dish called 'purple toast' Â– house or sourdough toast, pickled purple cabbage, jalapenos, avo, sprouts, pietas & flax.
We ordered the fruity fruit bowl and free range eggs on toast with smashed avocados.
They have indoor seating both on the main level and on a separate loft area. They also have outdoor seating but the cafe is located on the main road, so it's not the most attractive area to sit in. Having said that, there are seats that aren't too close to the road. The cafe is located at the start of the shopping strip (around a two-minute walk to Castle Towers) and has several car parks nearby.
They advertise themselves as vegan and gluten-free friendly.