Tuck In to cafe’s top tucker
NEW kids on the street are Gale and Greg Aberdein at Tuck In Café in Edward St, having re-opened on July 17.
From that particular Thursday to the Monday the business went through 30 litres of milk while the fish and chips proved popular.
Mrs Aberdein said the menu has the normal café food.
“Patrons are able to order takeaways or dine in air-conditioned comfort,” she said.
“For those who enjoy a drink with their meal, the café has a BYO license.
Even though it is winter, the soft serve and thick shakes have been popular.
The kitchen will be closed to orders at 7pm each day.
Mrs Aberdein said Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights have been hectic but they are looking at a specialty night once they get themselves into a routine.
“We are really appreciative of how the community has supported the reopening of the café,” Gale said.
“It is early days but things are going fine,” she said.
Gale has experience in the food industry having run the kiosk at Paradise Dam when Greg was the ranger there.
Daughter Letitia, who has worked at a cafe for the past 18 months, has joined her parents in their new venture.
Gale said for people also not to panic as they are continuing their mowing and handyman/cleaning business.
“We have found Tuesdays a bit quieter so we are going to trial closing at 2pm on that day,” she said.
Tuck In is able to cater for any functions be it morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea or dinner but bookings for larger events are required.
“We would welcome any feedback on how business can be improved,” Gail said.
COME ON IN: Letitia and Gale Aberdein and Kerry Nichol at the Tuck In Cafe at Biggenden.