Roleystone’s Best Kept Secrets – Affinity Cafe
May 27, 2021

For the past 12 years, the Wee family have owned and operated the Roleystone Recreation Centre located in the heart of Roleystone at 8 Wygonda Road. In 2012 the family opened a cruelty free, vegetarian café within the gymnasium/squash court facility. It seemed a natural progression to offer healthy food and refreshment options to existing gym customers and to also extend their hospitality to encompass locals and visitors to the area.

Affinity Café @ 8 Wygonda Road, Roleystone is where warm, friendly smiles create a relaxed, welcoming ambience. The cafe is currently home to local walking groups, fitness classes and various local organisations/groups for meetings and is open 7 days a week – weekdays from 6:15am – 8pm & weekends 8am – 3pm.

Catering for a variety of dietary requirements including vegan and gluten free, Affinity Café offers a variety of nutritious lunches (including a daily special) along with the regular coffee and cake special. Here you’ll always find food made with love, an all day-everyday breakfast menu and fresh pressed juices & smoothies

Your barista hosts, Elaine, Steven, Audrey and Aaron will welcome you with a smile, serving a distinctly delicious, organic coffee brew. Tea lovers, can also select from wide variety of healthful, organic “Tea Tonic” teas – by the pot and there is assorted giftware available for sale off the shelf.

Book lovers out there – you will feel right at home with coffee, cake and an in-house bookshelf with a variety of books to immerse yourself in.

So relax and enjoy the service, either inside near the wood stove or outside under the verandah. There’s seating for 30 inside and plenty more outside, adjacent the garden. Kids are welcome here, with many toys to occupy little ones inside and, for older children, there’s a small play area near the front door.

Let’s support our local businesses!

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