When you step into Nibble and Natter, the first thing you will notice are the wonderful smells coming from the kitchen. With a menu that covers everything from focaccias to breakfast foods, it’s a wonder anyone can pick just one thing to try.
If you’re like me and have a bit of a sweet tooth, they will have you covered there as well with a nice selection to appeal to all tastes. The prices look as good as the food smells, so you can feel good that what you spend will be worth what you get.
If you’re just passing through, they have the usual travel fare including gum, soda, crisps and so on. But again, why anyone would buy that stuff when the food smells so good is beyond me.
Ballarat is hardly a small country town, but Nibble and Natter is exactly the kind of place I would envision in a place like that.
Nibble Natter Coffees
The coffee is another standard cup of Australian coffee well made. If you’re sitting in or getting take away
Nibble and Natter could use a carpet replacement and a fresh coat of paint on the walls, but it’s obvious that the locals aren’t bothered if the business of the place is any indication. Hey, I would love to see this place freshened up, but even if it’s not, I’m still coming back to try the food.
Nibble and Natter
215 Sturt Street