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“A quiet place for brunch”

Alamanda Cafe and Providore
Ranked #12 of 64 Restaurants in Point Cook
Cuisines: Australian
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Reviewed 24 September 2018

The staff seemed a little shy and unsure, not really interested in you, just take the order and move on. The food was a nice surprise, well made, tasty and well presented.

We left as we came in. There was no comment at all from the staff. Very young and shy.

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Reviewed 8 April 2018

What has this cafe done with it's menu? We went there on Saturday for breakfast to discover that the whole menu had been turned upside down. The food choices have greatly reduced and there is little left on the menu that is appealing. This is a real shame because the cafe's location is amazing.

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1  Thank Fiona and Brian W
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Reviewed 7 April 2018 via mobile

This cafe is located in a scenic area which creates a great ambiance and relaxing atmosphere. For several years we have enjoyed the range of food available for breakfast/brunch. When visiting today, mid morning, there was a brand new menu which seemed to have limited choices; the only sweet breakfast item available was French Toast. We decided to order this sweet item and were surprised when it was out of stock. We thought we could have been offered an alternative version of this dish but this did not occur to the staff. We also noticed on this new menu there were far fewer items for vegetarians. The cafe was noticeably quiter than ususal and would seem we are not the only people opting not to return. In conclusion although this was one of our favorite cafes, unfortunately this is no longer the case, we will visit again in a few months to see if the menu improves.

Thank Fiona W
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Reviewed 22 January 2018

A nice place to spend an afternoon, with a bottle on Wine and good selection of food.
My husband had The Chicken burger and salad and I had Calamari. The batter on the Calamari was a bit thick but very tender. Its a shame they dont open a few nights a week maybe thursday/ fridays. Havnt been there for a few years but will be going back again soon. The way the present the food is lovely.

Thank gidgie52
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Reviewed 10 January 2018 via mobile

My friend and I went for lunch there today. It was not busy. We were offered our choice of table. We chose to eat outside. The menus were torn and grubby. We were told we had to go back to the counter to order as they don’t take orders at the table. The food and drinks came in good time. The food presentation was good, however the taste was not mind blowing. Just average food cooked ok. It was ok cafe food and service. Nothing outstanding.

Thank Robert D
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