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White Rabbit Cafe Keiraville NSW








The White Rabbit Cafe gives the feel of being home in a small village. with people you must surely know already.   Nestled in the foothills of the Illawarra escarpment, it has a strategic location near the junction of Grey Street and Gipps Road.  There is both indoor and outdoor seating - and the cafe owners support the Rabbitohs of South Sydney NRL.     There is even a shelf of delicate looking porcelain white rabbits on an inside wall.   It is in  a hub of activity not far   from Wollongong city centre itself, but not that near.  The university campus is in an adjacent suburb;  I could even go to the local butcher before dropping by this cafe.

I was happy with my choice of old fashioned Whiting fish and chips, graced by a serve of veg on the side.  The coffee is strong and good.   The people at the cafe are friendly, even to the extent of keeping my butcher's meats in their fridge whilst I was there.   The barista also said someone will take my food orders at my table, instead of the increasing practice of customers lining up to pay for their orders in advance.   How lovely.....and there is also Eggs Benedict for  morning breakky.








The White Rabbit Cafe is located at 2/50 Grey Street, Keiraville  NSW
Opening hours are from 7am to 3pm from Mondays to Fridays; from 730am to 2pm on Saturdays and from 830am to 1130am on Sundays for the autumn/ winter season at the time of writing.
Contact +61 2 4228 3871








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