New hot spot in port draws vis­i­tor praise

Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette - - FEEDBACK -

MY wife and I re­cently vis­ited Port Dou­glas and were very sad to see so many busi­nesses had closed their doors since we vis­ited last.

Read­ing all the sto­ries in the Gazette dur­ing our hol­i­day, I just wanted to let you and your read­ers know that there are new fan­tas­tic places to go to!

Like the Hot Pot, just off the main street, op­po­site of the Gazette, in the green build­ing!

We drank rub­bish cof­fee all over town at $4 plus each, and found the Hot Pot to have the best hot cof­fee avail­able at $3.

All the food in­clud­ing their bread rolls is made on site, preser­va­tive free. I can un­der­stand the other shops be­ing jeal­ous, be­cause their cof­fee had no taste, and/or burnt milk. Yuk. My wife used to man­age a cof­fee shop here in Mel­bourne, and she loved it!

The burg­ers taste fan­tas­tic, and if you like donuts, this is the only place in town sell­ing them. Didn’t taste the pizza be­cause there is an Ital­ian Pizza restau­rant/shop down the road, (who charges a lot more) but saw a few com­ing out of the kitchen look­ing and smelling su­perb! Their sal­ads and slices are de­li­cious, home made and, cheaply priced, and my wife had to drag me away ev­ery time we vis­ited there for cof­fee. Gluten free food is the norm. Ask for weak, medium or strong cof­fee. The ser­vice there is ex­cep­tional.

So If you don’t have a big bud­get, or want good value for money go here! Next time we are in town we will def­i­nitely spend a lot of time at The Hot pot!

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