My Daily Bean, Uneke Lounge, Wagga Wagga

Today my daily bean is in country NSW. Uneke (pronounced unique) is a lovely cafe at the end of the main drag (Fitzmaurice St) in Wagga Wagga. Part restaurant, part comfy lounges and part retail gift shop. With a toasty warm open fire, this is a cosy place to settle in for a chat with a good friend or a good book.

Coffee: 3 out of 5
Ambiance: 5 / 5
Gluten free: Yes, GF bread and other menu items
Newspapers: Yes

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Welcome to Soul Kitchen Blog. Sure food ultimately is fuel for the body but made with love is so much more and truly nourishes the soul. As cliche as it sounds, life really is too short to eat bad food and drink bad wine. I have a passion for cooking and a love of good food. I am committed to my quest of searching for fabulous recipes that just so happen to be gluten free. In recent years I discovered that I have intolerance to gluten and whilst its changed my eating habits somewhat, I refuse to allow it to limit my choices to eat well or make those that I cook for feel that they are missing out on anything. My mandate is simple... Feed the body and nourish the soul. I look forward to sharing my journey with you ....
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3 Responses to My Daily Bean, Uneke Lounge, Wagga Wagga

  1. Tracey says:

    Hi – I live in Redfern but had to travel to Wagga for a day – drove down yesterday, drove home today and guess what – I had breakfast at Uneke, and have only just read your review. I liked the coffee, also found the ambience v comfortable but I thought it was a bit pricey, one slice thick raisen toast $4.50. However, poached eggs were excellent and they probably are brave enough to charge appropriately.

    • Hey Tracey, what a coincidence! Thats funny. Yes, we found Uneke was a bit pricey but actually, we found that everywhere we went. The Blessed Bean wasn’t cheap either. Mates Gully also expensive (terrible coffee) but nice organic food and produce (and lots of gluten free things for me). We had a fabulous dinner at Three Chefs, accompanied with excellent local wine. I am now OBSESSED with getting hold off some Charles Sturt University Tempranillo. For the price, this wine rocks! Ps. 60mins also ran a story on the weekend featuring The Blessed Bean’s coffee app.

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