A fantastic and fun little cafe with excellent local food very cheap. Run by grandma, her grandaughter speaks English (but is not there all the time). No menu, just several delicious dishes served up, whatever is available on the day...specialising in taiyaki, try the chocolate-filled version =- fantastic! Like being at home with the family. Driving down hwy 291 you'll see the big taiyaki fish logo on the corner of the street.