This bright and buzzy café–cum–produce store is popular with those seeking a late breakfast and brunch that extends well into the day. It's so popular you might have to wait briefly if you haven't booked a table. The bistro fare brims with wonderful flavors, from the pie of the day (perhaps a tartlet of silverbeet and Taleggio cheese in a pumpkin and carraway crust) to the hand-cut pappardelle with belted Galloway short-rib ragu. Desserts are mouthwateringly simple and impossible to resist. After you've eaten, pick up some marvelous cheese and country-style bread from the adjoining cheese room and grocery.