Beautiful cakes in a beautiful café
Just down a side alley from the Quadrant Mall you can find Cake O’Clock - a surprising little café that looks like it would be more at home in Japan or Taiwan than Launceston. The dining space is small and quiet, full of natural light and ideal for dates or meetups with one to three friends.
Cake O’Clock serves a rotation of beautiful cakes by the slice, as well as sweet treats like ice cream brick toast. They also serve delicately flavoured sodas and iced teas, and coffees brewed to perfection.
Though the upstairs dining space may be prohibitive to people with prams and wheelchair users, there is limited downstairs seating available as well.
WHY WE LOVE IT:
Gorgeous food & dining areas - super Instagrammable!
Cosy and warm year round.
Friendly service - staff are happy to give recommendations.
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