If the locals tell you to go to Grumpy & Sweetheart’s Mogo, then you should follow their advice.
- 0.1 If the locals tell you to go to Grumpy & Sweetheart’s Mogo, then you should follow their advice.
- 0.2 One taste of the home made baked beans had me over to the counter to order a side portion for myself…to go with the eggs benedict and it worked.
- 1 Trading Hours
Mogo is a delightful village in the Eurobodalla region of southern New South Wales, Australia. It is on the coastal road from Sydney to Melbourne, and this former gold rush town is big on the charm factor. It does attract a lot of visitors because it is so appealing. Mogo is a very arty village with many art and craft shops, art galleries featuring local artists and just plain cute.
So, it was off to Grumpy & Sweetheart’s Mogo for breakfast.
This is just off the main highway but still visible from there, so is very easy to find. We walked into an expansive barn like cafe with a wooden fire roaring and the smell of pea and ham soup coming from the open viewing kitchen. Pity we didn’t have time to wait for it to be ready.
We ordered the big breakfast and the eggs benedict…the great indicators of a good brekky.
One taste of the home made baked beans had me over to the counter to order a side portion for myself…to go with the eggs benedict and it worked.
Gordon made short shift of the big breakfast.
Grumpy & Sweetheart’s is an amiable café where local people had also gathered for a morning chat, coffee and some of the home made cakes on the counter.
There is an outside dining area to soak up the sun as you enjoy the home cooked meals on offer.
Lovely food, lovely service and an immaculately clean and pleasant café. So, listen and ask locals when you are not sure of where to go.
Open for breakfast and lunch
Friday to Tuesday – 9am to 3.30pm
Wednesday & Thursday – CLOSED
Open for dinner on selected Friday and Saturday nights.