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Flaxton Barn, Flaxton

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1.4/5 based on 40 reviews on the web
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  • A quirky little shop with some interesting knick knacks. Coffee and scones were very nice and service was excellent. Well worth another visit 
  • Called in for some light refreshments last Sunday in the hope that it would be better than our previous visit. Sadly not. For myself I ordered the bruschetta requesting not too much red onion what I w...  read more »
  • I had a share pot of tea and asked for more hot water and milk. The owner just glared at me unsure of how to react. She eventually half filled the pot with water and charged me 50 cents for some more ...  read more »
  • We walked in after having a relaxing drive through mapleton forest, we were not thinking about the closing time of shop..... we walked in and the lady was quite rude and did not seem to want to serve us , my wife wanted to walk out .... if your on closing time take your sign down. We are keen coffee lovers and love to be served by owners or staff members who want to make people like us welcome , they need to realise its our money we are giving up, To enjoy a coffee....... we dont support grumpy owners or staff at any COST !!!! You should display times clearly. If someone arrives just before closing time then your not closed yet.
  • Great place for lunch, coffee and some gift shopping.
  • I had the ploughmans lunch and my partner had the Soup of the Day, Tomato and Pumpkin – which is a combo I hadn’t seen before but it was DELICIOUS! Both our meals came with a crusty roll. Mine had an amazing cumin chutney/relish thing. Cumin is one of my favourite flavours which was extra lucky for me that day as one of the cheeses was also cumin flavoured. The only downside this visit was their eftpos machine was down and the girl working the til didn’t really have a clue what she was doing so we had about a 15min wait queued up to pay (and had to pay cash which was annoying as we had wanted to save our cash for elsewhere – however we understand that ‘these things happen”). The upside is that we ordered an extra breadroll to go with our lunch and we weren’t charged for it – not sure if that was an oversight on their part or not, but we were grateful we didn’t have to pay for it after the wait to pay. They have a shop attached to the cafe with loads of interesting things for sale
  • This place is truly stuck in the past. Everywhere you look there are golliwog dolls sitting on shelves or sitting in display cabinets. They even have little statues of 'black-face' (big red lips and all) style busts holding out their hands. Is it 1913?? Perhaps most of their customers are racist over-60's or racist bikies on a day trip, but that doesn't mean that a business has to display offensive, racist things in their store. Unfortunately we only saw these products after we had eaten, otherwise they wouldn't have gotten my money. Their food is standard cafe fare with a bonus burnt coffee. The staff seemed rather rude and one staff member in particular seemed to go out of her way to frown at us and ignore us. Don't bother stopping here, there are much better "antique" shops and cafes just down the road in Montville.
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