The Twin Rivers Centre in Eagleby has a church, care services, food outlet and a café, with the café being what we are talking about in this article.

The Rivers Café sits in the centres large grounds between the church and food outlet with plenty of onsite parking and all close to the door.

The café is run under the watchful eye of Michelle Roos who is passionate about great food, great coffee and bringing diners a quality cafe experience.

Sitting on the deck in front of the café, there is plenty of room to spread out and have your own piece of real estate. The tables are just big enough for three, however the staff are happy to help by adding an extra table and chairs if needed.

If you are a larger group, you can book the party room which is air conditioned and closed off to the outside deck.

The menu is what you would expect from a café and includes burgers, BLT’s, wraps, toasties, hot chips, melts, salads, and a good selection of breakfast items which you can get until 11am.

They also have a good selection of hot drinks from coffees to latte’s and tea, to cold drinks including milkshakes, thickshakes and iced coffee, chocolate, latte’s and more.

Breakfast was what I went for and the Rivers Big Breaky was on the top of my list. It came with eggs cooked how I choose, bacon, sausage, baked beans, tomato, hash brown and toast. I decided that an iced coffee would be the best accompaniment for my plate of deliciousness.

Rivers Cafe - Big Breaky
Rivers Cafe – Big Breaky

While they were busy on this morning, the food did not take long to come out and was cooked to perfection. I was a little to quick to dig in before I realized I didn’t take the photo.  

My friends who joined me on my café quest both had coffees and from what they said the coffee was hot and tasty. Just want you want for a morning hot beverage.

I look forward to heading back to Rivers Café and getting my teeth into some of the other options they have on their menu.

A peaceful place to enjoy a meal with friends or to stop in and grab something when you are on the go.

The Rivers Café – Monday to Friday – 9am to 2:30pm – 104 Rivers Hill Road, Eagleby.

By Lee McKenzie McKinnon

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