Cafe Umami

Situated in the main street of Wynyard, a beautiful town which is home to the Table Cape Tulip Farm and its celebrated Tulip Festival, Cafe Umami was opened in late 2015 by Kelly and Jason Butterfield. Umami is a Japanese word that describes savoury taste, which, along with sweet, sour, bitter and salty, make up the five basic tastes.

It is also translates as "very delicious”, which makes it the perfect name for this much loved eatery.

Following a passion for healthy, nutritious food, Kelly works hard to create a range of beautifully crafted treats, all 100 per cent gluten free, with a heavy focus on local products.

A changing selection of raw slices, yum balls, nut bars and paleo brownies has proven to be a welcome alternative for health conscious families.

Serving breakfast and lunch, the menu offers a range of healthy options, with seasonal fruit and vegetables always a focus.

High-quality meat from local award-winning butchers further complement their offerings, and hearty soups or a slow cooked shoulder of lamb are the perfect response to the cooler months of the Tasmanian winter. Superblends, which combine fruits, herbs and spices with almond and coconut milks, make for a refreshing alternative in summer, and the locally roasted coffee is enjoyed all year round.

Upon stepping inside the cafe, you'll find hand-made tables fashioned from salvaged fence palings and polished concrete floors. One wall is dedicated to local artists, allowing them to showcase their own talent on a monthly basis with personal exhibitions adding vivid colour to the room.

With a casual vibe, Cafe Umami is a family-friendly environment, and with dedicated staff on hand to offer service with a smile, it's no wonder Kelly and Jason call Umami their happy place.

The best thing is, everyone is invited.

60 Goldie Street, Wynyard, TAS
p: 03 6442 4799
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