Crazy Cactus has opened on Bourbong Street, with a unique offering for all to enjoy and opening hours that will cater for everyone.
The new café is offering a unique take on both Mexican and Australian cuisines, with owners Gayle Clark and Sandy Davis excited to provide something new for the community.
With everything from pork and gravy rolls through to deep fried burritos and organic coffee, there is sure to be something for all on the menu.
Sandy said the café had been a work in progress for a few months now with its central location allowing the café to open late nights each Friday and Saturday.
“We have been working on this for eight to nine months now and we wanted to be central and in the main street and this space came up,” Sandy said.
“We will be open 10 am until 7 pm Monday to Thursday and on Friday and Saturday night we will be open until 1 or 2 am.”
Gayle said the different menu items had all proven popular with the community since they opened at the end of September.
“Sandy’s deep fried burrito is going really well as well as our nachos and tacos as well as the shank and gravy roll and pork and gravy rolls which are also proving really popular.
“Sundays we have an all-day roast, which brings the Aussie into it.
“The deep fried burrito is chilli con carne with rice and wrapped and deep fried.
“We are also going to make three different types of little pizzas in the afternoons.
“The name came to us because of the Mexican offering but also because we are a little bit crazy!”
Crazy Cactus café is located at Shop 1/54 Bourbong Street, next to The Club Hotel.
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It’s a shame COVID finished off RIVAAZ curry again they were always good at that location… good to see the shop being used.
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