The name Ora is derived from the Latin word for time or hour. The small, single-fronted space is shiny, unlike many of its neighbours. The cafe seats just 26 on wooden benches and tables.

The adventurous menu features dishes that cover all day dining, with breakfast items such as fried duck egg; black pudding; breakfast radish and parsley salad; or pancakes with hazelnuts, pear, blueberries and milk ice.

For something more lunch-y, there's a potato tortilla, prawn and scallop ravioli or a veggie sandwich with kasundi and farmhouse cheddar. Out back there’s a large garden with a veggie patch, where the Ora team grows its own herbs and veggies for truly local produce.

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Updated: April 12th, 2023

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