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The Plant Organic Cafe & Market

The Plant Organic Cafe and Market , Bunbury’s only organic cafe is the perfect pit stop to refuel whilst enjoying the sights of Bunbury!
We specialise in providing a variety of healthy seasonal organic dishes that can be enjoyed in our cafe or on the run! We have a wide selection of food options to cater for all needs from vegetarian, vegan to gluten free. We serve a beautiful organic coffee roasted in the foothills of the Perth hills and a huge selection of smoothies which are the perfect accompanying drink on a hot day. Don’t forget to leave room for our fabulous raw deserts!
We are a one stop shop! Pick up a gift or do you food shopping whilst you are here! We have a great selection of chocolates, teas, coffees, fresh produce and dried goods!
Happy to fill up your water bottles before you leave and always welcome children and four legged friends!

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Benesse is a Bunbury institution. Beloved by customers, our cosy little café has plated thousands of delicious dishes & served countless cups of life-giving, house blended coffee in its time. You will find Benesse Bunbury filled with vibrant conversations, entertaining small people, pups having a snooze on their owners feet under the table, glam gals on their lunch breaks, gangs of good old boys catching up for their daily coffee- generations getting together to break bread and spend time. Our Australind store opened 2 years ago and has been embraced as the best spot to grab a bite, bevy and some quality time out.

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The Crooked Carrot Cafe

The Crooked Carrot Cafe is a quirky family orientated cafe situated along the Forrest Highway in Myalup, the gateway to the South West, which is an essential comfort stop for travelers. The cafe provides a relaxing atmosphere for the whole family including the family pet to sit back,rest and relax and its a great meeting place for local families within the area.The cafe serves excellent barista coffee, fresh homemade cakes,muffins and slices, pies and sausage rolls which are all made and baked in-house daily, alongside an extensive breakfast and lunch menu. The ‘paddock to plate’ ethos of the cafe aims to use the freshest ingredients that can be sourced locally or grown in the cafe’s kitchen garden.The Crooked Carrot boasts an extensive nature playground for children of all ages, a vintage collection of tractors  that appeal to young and old alike. large lawned areas open spaces allowing children to stretch their legs.
The crooked carrot is open 7 days a week 6am – 4pm.

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The Nile Grill and Kebabs

The Nile Grill and Kebabs opened it’s doors in August 2015. We have become an award winning Middle Eastern Restaurant in the South West of WA and increasingly popular with locals and visitors alike. Having won awards from “Australian Good Food Guide” in 2017, 2018 and 2019; we continue to strive for excellence in both food and service standards.
We are open 7 days a week from 10am until either 8 or 9pm (full details can be found on our Facebook page or on the Eaton Fair Shopping Centre website)
Our extensive menu can be eaten dine in, with the restaurant seating over 60; or you can take away.

We offer a range of authentic middle eastern classics and those that merge middle eastern flavours with modern Australian dishes. We import a the majority of our ingredients, and make our sauces, bastings, marinades, salads in house; with all dishes made to order. Our customers delight in the freshness and quality of all our food.
In addition to “the kebab”, we offer a range of Gozlemes, Flame Grilled Chicken, Grilled Shish, Kofta, Salads, Shawerma and Burgers. What makes them all special aside from the freshness and high quality ingredients, in addition to being cooked to order is the authentic herbs, spices, grains that provide the flavours and traditional recipes like our Egyptian Felafel and Egyptian Rice; and other dishes that are middle eastern recipes but with a Nile twist, like our Fattoush, Shish, Shawerma and Kofta.
We guarantee that you won’t be disappointed.

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