La Famille café supports local
THE La Famille café in Mundubbera is a family-owned café that strives to provide the community with high quality food and beverages in a positive environment.
Sharon Parr and her sisters bought the cafe in 2010.
They work hard to meet customer expectations by providing the community with something different.
Mrs Parr said she and her staff like to ensure customers receive variety when they walk through the door.
“We just like to offer more things that are fresh and of a variety and its products that we like to eat,” Mrs Parr said.
The café is getting busier and busier everyday and locals are enjoying the high quality of service displayed by the staff.
La Famille café staff are supportive of the community and believe it’s important to shop local.
They do their best to use seasonal fruit and vegetables wherever possible and find access to locally-grown products enhances the quality of their food.
The meat is also bought from the butcher in Mundubbera and sweets are turned over everyday.
The staff tend to change up the menu to offer a different product to the customers every month and it never disappoints.
Coming up to spring, the café will be bringing out juices and offering more salads.
La Famille is open seven days a week.
From Monday to Friday the café opens at 7am and closes at 5pm.
On weekends, the café opens from 7am and will close at 2pm.
La Famille staff look forward to your visit.
FAMILY: Debbie Ford, Lynette Willson, Madeline Ford and Sharon Parr at the La Famille café.