Testimonials — See what our guests are saying about their visit to our cafe.


SOME OF OUR WELL-KNOWN VISITORS

The food and the service is great. We love coming here when we pass through
— Lenore Smith- actress
 
I love the city and this restaurant!
— Katrina Hodgkinson
Always great to eat here!it’s been a regular pit-stop for me for forty years! (i started eating here very you!!) Thanks again
— Ray Martin
 
Wonderful hospitality and delicious food! All the members of our equestrian group had a great evening!
— Richard Morecroft
Best Tucker on the Track!
— Slim Dusty
 
I’ll be coming back for the chicken schnitzel! Love to all at the Paragon!
— Indira Naidoo
 
 
It is what I would call a solid 4.5 star experience. In other words, I give it a 9 out of 10.
— Quentin
As good as ever! Always Enjoyable!
— Laurie Oaks

OTHER GUESTS MEMORIES OF THE PARGON CAFE

Worked at Bennett and Woods late 50s and Paragon was next door,would go there for morning teas, as I was the junior staff.Great milkshakes.
— Judy Stephenson
My 26 year old grandson, when five years old and on an annual visit from New Zealand, declared it “The best cafe in the whole world”.

Every year I have to take those of my Kiwi grandchildren who make it over for Christmas back there.
— Angella Storrier
I used to work there in 79 early 80 s with the Nisirios bros ,i remember the late friday nite s feading lots of people coming through on there way to the snowy mountians for the weekends . N after living over sea in greece , in december 2005 we made trip back to Goulburn with my family n couldnt miss taking them to the Paragon cafe for a meal n show them where i used to work which was under new ownership
— George Steve Pavloudis Larkham
I used to go there in the sixties, always loved listening to the mini jukeboxes in the cubicles!! Fun days! Always played “I wanna be Bobby’s girl”!!
— Gwen Friend
I remember as a little girl going there with my mum and having a cheese sandwich and a milkshake. That was a big thing back in the late 50s because there was only one wage coming in and these outings were very few and far between
— Leanne Griffith
Back in the the 60’S I would always call in before work at about 8.30 for a Creaming soda with ice cream before I started work at the Chic Salon.
— Colleen Briggs