Newspaper article The Queensland Times (Ipswich, Australia)

New Faces at Old Favourite

Newspaper article The Queensland Times (Ipswich, Australia)

New Faces at Old Favourite

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Byline: Emma Clarke emma.clarke@qt.com.au

A CLASSIC Ipswich business in a historical building has been given a fresh start.

The Parsons family are the new owners of the Old Flour Mill Cafe, one of the city's most popular and long-standing lunch hot spots.

The cafe has a fresh, new home-style look to bring in the new year, a home-cooked menu to match and all mother and daughter team Angie and Chloe want of the business is for other families to feel at home.

"We enjoy doing something different. It's not all the same things," Chloe said. "We try to keep the prices down so families can afford to eat out and not have to stress about the bill.

"Lots of families can't afford to go out for meals. We have a price range that fits everyone."

Among the most sought-after menu items are the hand-crumbed chicken schnitzels, rissoles, pies, the $5 chicken burger and the Dirty Burger.

Chloe said the cafe offered meals and snacks in partnership with nearby gyms and personal trainers which were in line with strict nutritional meal plans but there was also a focus on strong relationships with all kinds of businesses. …

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