Eco Shot Cafe

Ripley

Eco Shot Cafe at Ripley is a spacious undercover venue for breakfast and lunch, with seating flowing out into the rainforest themed courtyard.

Here's the place to enjoy fresh juices, smoothies, teas and in-house coffee along with a selection of sweet and savoury treats with take aways served in plant-based bio-degradable packaging.

Eco Shot Cafe Ripley

Breakfast at Eco Shot Cafe features the popular Main St Brekkie (scrambled eggs, grilled tomato and fresh avocado on thick cut toast), Eco-porridge (creamy honey porridge with strawberries), and Brekkie Pots (ham, baked beans, cheese and egg, baked in a pot with dipping toast).

Eco Shot Cafe Ripley

Amongst the lunch options there's barramundi with chips, Caesar salad, oregano chicken wraps, steak sandwiches and the Eco Shot beef burger.

Eco Shot Cafe Ripley

Eco Shot Kids may choose from a selection of nuggets, fish fingers, mini pizzas, cheese burgers and spaghetti with meatballs.

In a nutshell - Environmentally conscious cafe serving a healthy breakfast and lunch menu where families are welcome.

Need to know - Parking is available onsite at Ripley Town Centre.

By Lucy Hordern

Eco Shot Cafe

20 Main St

Ripley Town Centre

Opening hours

3143 5014

Map

20 Main St Ripley

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