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Home Business Indulge Cafe reopens with a brand new look

Indulge Cafe reopens with a brand new look

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Owners Marleen and Mitchell White at their newly renovated Indulge Cafe.

After almost two weeks of renovations Indulge Cafe owners Mitch and Marleen White have today reopened their doors, showcasing a brand new look to their business on Bourbong Street.

With a new feature wall, orange/golden hues and a flip of their front counter, the pair have given the restaurant a fresh face-lift and cemented their own style within the popular eatery.

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Smoked Duck Breast Eggs Benedict with orange hollandaise on toasted brioche.

Mitch said the renovations were something he had wanted to get underway since buying the restaurant over three years ago.

“It was just time for a change, something new and to bring our own style out,” he said.

“The customers love it! Especially the new wall paper, the wooden knife block and that the area is more open.”

Mitch said as well as the new look, Indulge Cafe had also given their menu a refresh.

“The menu has changed however we have kept some of the all-time favourites that we simply cannot get rid of,” he said.

“New menu options include the pan seared local mackerel with caper and dill butter and smoked duck ham eggs benedict with orange hollandaise.”

Mitch and Marleen White took over Indulge Cafe three years ago with a firm focus on providing meals created with fresh, local produce.

The duo were one of three restaurant owners recently highlighted in the Australian Good Food Guide 2020 Reader's Choice Awards for the work they achieve in creating a great dining atmosphere, delicious food and fantastic customer service.

To find out more about Indulge Cafe head to their Facebook page here.

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The new-look Indulge Cafe.

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