Cafe turns one

February 15, 2018

One 4 One Cafe owner Rina Bray and front of house staff member Norma Scutchings celebrated the cafe's first birthday.

It was a joyous day for Rita Bray as her business celebrated its first birthday last Wednesday.

Following her passion for food and years of experience in hospitality, Mrs Bray opened One 4 One cafe.

Cleverly named after its street number, One 4 One Cafe offers a range of breakfasts and lunches to get you through the day.

‘‘I felt like we needed something different in Tat,’’ Mrs Bray said.

‘‘We needed more healthy options.’’

With exposed brick and wooden features, Mrs Bray said the space was a great representation of herself.

‘‘Anyone who knows me knows I’m a bit rough around the edges,’’ she said.

One 4 One Cafe is a popular spot for travellers throughout the week.

‘‘I’ve been pretty lucky in my first year,’’ Mrs Bray said.

‘‘Thank you to all my regulars and everyone in the community who has supported me. It’s been great.’’

Mrs Bray is excited to soon bring tapas and alcohol to the menu.

Although yet to secure its licence, One 4 One Cafe has secured a temporary licence for Valentine’s Day tomorrow.

‘‘We will be offering a three-course, a la carte menu with champagne on arrival,’’ Mrs Bray said.

‘‘It will be great to offer a new dining experience in Tat and keep people local.’’

Bookings are essential for Valentine’s Day and can be made by phoning Rita Bray on 0436014141.

One 4 One Cafe is open from 6.30am to 3pm Monday to Friday and 7.30am to 1pm on Saturdays.

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