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Cafe Fresq

3 locals recommend ·

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Karen
Karen
April 7, 2018
Great little spot for Breakfast or lunch
Jessica
Jessica
March 26, 2018
Has forever been a great place for breakfast, lunch or coffee
Diane
Diane
September 24, 2017
The coffee and food here is delicious. Breakfast is amazing but they also do lunch as well.

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Location
27 Macrossan St
Port Douglas, QLD 4877
Phone(07) 4099 6111
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens 7:00 AM