Thursday, March 19, 2015

Reload, Salisbury

On Valentine's Day, Gilbert introduced us to a hip little cafe tucked amongst the corrugated iron of Salisbury's industrial estate, on Chrome Street.  Formerly a munitions factory or HQ, the old brick building has been quirkily converted into a cafe serving food sourced within a 200km radius (Food Connect around the corner must have something to do with this).

The array of collected furniture offers a range of settings to suit retro taste - vinyl and laminex or weathered timber.  And comfy lounges for those still waking up.

Dusty-Rose discovered the toy box under the sofa, filled with characters which kept her engrossed while we enjoyed a mellow coffee and scrummy breakfast.
 Industrial off-cuts and salvaged materials embellish the exterior

Random, salvaged furniture - a seat to suit all customers