Rendezvous

At Dayboro

Part bookstore, part gift shop and part cafe, Rendezvous at Dayboro cafe is an inspiring little corner of Dayboro village.

With a colourful selection of gifts from around the world as well as a contemporary range of books, visitors are welcome to browse the shelves at length and enjoy a leisurely brunch or lunch at the same time.

Rendezvous at Dayboro

The savoury menu at Rendezvous Cafe features Turkish melts, wraps, toasties, quiches and salads. Drinks include Amanti coffee, teas and good old fashioned milkshakes.

Rendezvous at Dayboro

There are also plenty of home baked cakes, slices and muffins on display in the front counter.

Rendezvous at Dayboro

Families will especially appreciate the children's book corner which features a blackboard, chalk, coloring pencils and games. There is also a children's menu available at Rendezvous Cafe.

Rendezvous at Dayboro

Seating is available both indoors and out with comfortable arm chairs, stools and tables to choose from. All of which are an excellent vantage point to watch life in this laid-back country town pass by.

In a nutshell - Laid-back country-style cafe, bookstore and gift shop all rolled into one.

By Lucy Hordern

Rendezvous Cafe

1 William St

Dayboro

Opening hours

3425 1353

Map

1 William St Dayboro

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