Menu from Exeter Bakery in the City

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Great coffee and even better food. Relaxed and pleasant atmosphere. I have this place now almost every day. The breakfast is also really good. Highly recommended. Can not leave the staff. They are all great friendly and helpful. :-)

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Just stopped into this cafe on our way to Hobart for some lunch. The toasted ham

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