If you love fresh, healthy, organic, local food then you’re in for a treat at The Good Earth Café.
Walking into the Good Earth Café was like walking in a foodies paradise. The tables were lined with fresh herbs in pots for you to pick at your leisure, organic pickles and chutneys that are made on-site adorn the walls. What a cool place.
Owner Jill Guy has transformed this place into her life-long vision; the café focuses on showcasing how food should look and taste at its best and what a job she has done.
When describing The Good Earth Café, one word comes to mind and that’s ‘organic’. It’s not only the organic food they use; it the environment that you enjoy it in as well, including the look and feel of the space. Jill and the café have made a commitment to nature and the community, recycling all their waste and introducing a concept where the Good Earth gives back to their community by supplying breakfast once a week to a local school.
At the Good Earth you will not find a menu floating around, there is a cabinet full of freshly baked delicious food and a fantastic specials board. A few of the most popular dishes are always up there but the other menu choices are created from of whatever comes in fresh to the kitchen. As seasonal produce comes in from local suppliers,some of which are made especially for the Good Earth, the menu changes. It’s that simple and that fresh.
A must-try dish would have to be the organic vegetable hash with bacon and eggs on rye and ciabatta bread. The cabinet is full of baking and you will just have to sample it for yourself to see how good it really is!
The Good Earth is such an easy place to fall in love with, so come in relax, eat great food drink fantastic coffee and be looked after.
765 Cumberland Street