This cafe is the sort of place I always hope to discover on trips to small, remote communities. A small business offering ethical foods, with an internationally-minded and carefully curated bookshelf. A place where any sort of traveller would find something unique to be inspired by – whether its relating to food, architecture, music, art, philosophy or intentional living. This is a place to seek knowledge and expand your perspective.

Hurray for the owners! Who painstakingly create incredibly inclusive (and amazingly appealing) food offerings for anyone who might wander in their door – gluten free, wheat free, dairy free, nut free, processed food free (and so many other things that I can’t even articulate..)

This beautiful, comfortable space highlights the environmental values of the owners with natural wood features, handmade mosaic tables and cob wall design. With plenty of space to spread out and relax with a group, or curl up in your own corner with a new book.

This cafe is not for you if industrial meat products and industrial dairy products are essential for you in every meal – though there is an abundance of delicious, nutritious alternatives for any item that may be more familiar to you.

The owners are friendly, thoughtful and sincere – with a healthy dose of humour and sass for their regular customers. I commend them for offering a variety of practical resources for young folks who may not have other support on the island. In this sense they act as an anchor of service in the community – offering a radically inclusive space for learning about food, gender, sexuality, abuse and other high impact issues for individuals.

I thank them from the bottom of my heart for offering these resources freely to young people (and everyone) who visit them.