Billi’s Cafe: The perfect choice to set up your mobile office and working lunch meetings in McMahon’s Point

Super friendly service, efficient kitchen that allows you indulge in sumptuous dishes without going overtime on your restricted lunch hour, and licensed.   For work purposes the outdoor area is suitable for casual meetings while the back area is more quiet and suitable for some serious work on the laptop or phone to be done.   The coffee?  Perfect!  Rough spend for two people would be anywhere between $50-$60 with coffees.  Beer, White and Rose starting from $6.

The boothed back area is the ideal choice for mobile workers or those on the road who need the hustle and bustle of people with that semi-privacy element.

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Generous serving sizes with the Easy Cheesey Burger with alluring stretch binding the pattie to its elements almost suspended in mid air.

60392394_664873613965201_106160038095093760_n (1)Soothing fish and chips with a (I think) house made tartare.

60335885_342120189826821_660865522618859520_n.jpgbut what was a major surprise which I could see myself coming back for as a meal on its own was the roast pumnpkin and halloumi salad.

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