Cube Seaport, Launceston, Tasmania

Guest blogger edition

So on our last day in Tasmania and in Launceston there wasn't much time to do anything except enjoy a relaxing breakfast. We wanted to go somewhere with a view and apparently this Seaport area is kinda meant to be like the King St Wharf of Launceston so we went down there. Unfortunately it was pouring down and the 'water' was more like a brown river, lol.

Anyways, we ordered our breakfast and coffee and sat outside, under the cover of the plastic sheets. The good thing about being on holidays and having breakfast at strange times is that there isn't much customers to compete with.

The coffee was fairly decent and the breakfast basic but tasty.Nothing spectacular, but nothing too bad.
Good service too. Pity about the views.

Cappuccino and latte

Ham Benedict on English muffin

Banana pancakes, maple syrup and whipped cream

The views


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