Enjoy lunch with a view at Izba Espresso at Newport. Situate by the canal with lovely views and even better coffee, Izba Espresso is somewhere you can go with friends to relax and soak in the atmosphere.
Welcoming to not just adults and kids, they are also welcoming to dogs. So you can bring the whole family along and not leave your furry friend behind. The staff are friendly and the food is delicious.
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Breakfast for the adults includes brekky wraps and burgers, vegie stack, avo on toast and triple stack pancakes. Or if you are feeling more pekish at lunch, you can tuck into a crispy haloumi wrap, BLT, lamb burger or one of their other many burgers, wraps and sandwhiches.
Food for the little people is fresh and yummy with lots to choose from. Some of the options include eggs and bacon on toast, pancakes, muesli and yoghurt or a ham and cheese toastie at lunch. They also do lunch packs with a toastie and juice combo for $8.
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From 10am to closing time, Izba also serves alcohol.
This cafe is very kid friendly and even has a lovely shaded playground so you can sip on a cuppa while your kids have a play.
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