In a kitted-out corner shop, Cooma's light-and-airy foodie hub has excellent coffee, hearty snacks, light lunches and pastries and is a provedore of all kinds of kitchenwares and gourmet goodies perfect for picnics.
This cosy slip of a cafe has bar stools where patrons can munch on a 'bushman' pie (cheese, bacon and beef) or a 'drover' (beef, mushy peas and bacon) for under $5. It does decent coffee.
Opens at about 6am (knock and the pastry chef will let you in) with a selection of French pastries, chicken-and-tarragon pies, wraps, flans and sandwiches.
A coffee shop that wouldn't be out of place in an upmarket Sydney suburb, this place roasts its own beans and it shows. The light meals (sandwiches and spinach pies) are good, but almost incidental with coffee this …