Moxies is a vibrant Cafe with a relaxed atmosphere and extremely friendly service.
Monday - Friday
Me, my partner, step son and three year old son dined at Moxies for breakfast. They have plenty of seating, a clean, relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
There was a menu you could order from which included all day breakfasts, Gluten Free choices and cabinet foods. I ordered the Buttermilk pancakes with Maple syrup, My partner and step son both chose the Big Breakfast that included sausages, bacon, eggs, hash browns, tomatoes, mushroom and toast. We did not have to wait long before our meals were huge and well worth what we paid. The buttermilk pancakes were fluffy and delicious, I could not eat everything on my plate, they were very filling! The boys both assured me their breakfast was divine also, perfectly cooked and served hot. I ordered an Iced Chocolate which was delicious, nice and creamy. Rick had a Mochacchino which according to him was just how he likes it. The boys both had fresh orange juice.
There are high chairs provided for younger children and babies. The Cafe was quite busy for reasonably early on a Monday morning. Prices are on par for other Cafe's located near George Street. The food was delicious and we do not have one complaint. 10/10
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