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    Red Star Cafe: The Red Star Cafe, Hepburn Springs

    by cassiejoy42 Written Nov 27, 2005

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    Yummy food on the menu - prices were quite reasonable

    Service was wonderful - with the waiters constantly filling our drinks, clearing the table and serving our meals promptly and with a smile.

    Favorite Dish: Chicken Crumbed - with salad

    Red Star Cafe
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  • RED STAR CAFE: Where the Tourist and Locals meet

    by Anne12 Written Sep 15, 2005

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    This is a great cafe' with casual feel.
    Ed and Lynn have had fun with the decorating of the interior , they have created a warm friendly atmosphere.
    During winter the big Pot Belly will keep you warm. This wood heater is a piece of art in it's self, a local artist created this piece of art work.
    You will meet locals and tourists a like, all enjoying breakfast, lunch or just a coffee with cake.

    Favorite Dish: You will find me most mornings having my strong latte with either poached eggs and bacon or ricotta pancakes with bacon and maple syrup.

    Red Star is open for dinner on Friday ans Saturday night.

    Red Star

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  • Boathouse Cafe': Great View

    by Anne12 Updated Feb 1, 2005

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    This Cafe' is set on the shores of Lake Daylesford. During the warmer days you can sit outside on the balcony.
    You are surrounded by water and while dining you can watch the ducks and swans play, some of the water hens will visit the tables to finish of that left coffee and cake.
    During winter you can sit inside beside the open fire. Looking out the window at the lake covered in mist.
    Breakfast and lunch daily.
    Dinner at weekends
    Great Wedding reception area
    You can hire a boat or canoe for a leisurely row around the lake.
    There is a warning, weekends are very busy, please book....or you could be waiting until the following Sunday....

    Favorite Dish: I love the big breakfast.

    The lunch menu is extensive and all yummy.

    Boathouse Cafe'

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  • Frangos and Frangos: Trendy

    by Anne12 Written Jan 31, 2005

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    Jim Frangos has created an amazing Cafe'?Restaurant on the corner of Vincent Street in Daylesford.
    Jim's eye for detail is shown in the unique decor. Many handmade pieces of iron work adorn the doors, signs and throughout the eating area.
    Corner Cafe' Kookla is where you can hang out for a coffee or wine with a wood oven Pizza and other snacks from the menu.
    Open for breakfast and lunch. On warmer days the doors open to face the main street. You can watch the locals go about there day.
    There is also a fine dining Retaurant just up from Kookla. This is open for evening dining.
    There is also a boutique giftware outlet, inbetween these eating areas.

    Favorite Dish: I will have to admit that I haven't eaten here for a long time. I do here opinions and most are very positive. The only complaint is the meals are rather small.
    The Pizza I have had was great.
    They make a wonderful strong Latte'

    Frangos and Frangos

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  • Old Hepburn Hotel: Above average Pub Food

    by Anne12 Written Jan 30, 2005

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    The Hepburn Pub is one of the last real pubs in this area. You can meet the locals at the bar.
    Someone could be playing their guitar and singing in the back ground.
    Friendly atmosphere. It can be too friendly at times, make sure you don't get locked in and stagger home at sunrise...

    The food is great, from the Chicken Keiv to the Lamb Greek Salad. There are a variety of steaks and Vegie dishes...

    Favorite Dish: Roast Beef with Vegetables

    Old Hepburn Pub

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    Yabbie tent at Lavendula festival: Yabbie pies & patties/burgers

    by Kate-Me Written Jan 12, 2004

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    Yabbie pies and burgers are kind of a delicacy to some (and yabbies are also exported - to explain what they are if you know them by another name, they're a little bit like a prawn but live in freshwater (usually muddy dams).
    For most people though, eating yabbie is still an experimental food (like eating crocodile burgers or kangaroo) but Yabbie pate seems to be taking off, as you can now get it in supermarkets.

    Favorite Dish: They were selling the yabbie burgers (bun, lettuce, yabbie burger) for $6 but I didn't try one.

    the Yabbie pie tent at the festival
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