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Tip Top Cafe

Tip Top Cafe

4.2 from 11 reviews

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Paul D

Paul DMid North Coast, NSW

Big disappointment


Tip top cafe rain toast has deteriorated in size and taste since the recent package style. My husband has been eating it for years and since the change has noticed and complained about the smaller ,thinner and decreased taste in slices

Purchased in July 2019 at Woolworths for $6.00.

The best kind of toast


Scone toast is the best kind of toast-One of my favourite foods. Why can't i find anywhere that sells this anymore?

Love Scone toast


Can't find this in any major supermarket, we have been searching for months, even head bakers in those supermarkets don't know about this toast.

I used to love Tip Top Scone Buttermilk toast bread.


I noticed it was getting harder and harder to get. & Unfortuinately another thing I noticed about the bread after consumption was iot caused me to breakout with itchiness on front and back. I am not sure it was due to being a diabetic (Type 2)..I have never had a bad reaction to crumbed cutlets or Vienna Snitzel crumbed. So since I have n iot been able to get the Scone Buttermilk bread I no longer break out anymore. I miss it but I don't miss the breaking out.

Debbie Orr

Debbie OrrBirkdale

Yeah we love it Scone Loaf but we cannot find it now in the shops where we shop


We love Scone Loaf and we want to buy more but we cannot find it in the stores where we shop boo hoo where can we buy it Please Please help us find it in the store where we shop or near by we miss it a lot We can't live with out it for your supper
Yummy as toast
cannot find it in the stores where we shop

where has it gone ?


for quite some time...months /years I have purchased 3 or 4 loaves of tip top Scone thick sliced bread and my family became instantly hooked...ker pow !!! nothing ...I live in Kempsey on the mid north coast of nsw...where one would think you could get almost anything at your local supermarket (Woolworths) but no!! what has happened ?where has all the bread gone...do you still make it ?? we want it back on the shelf please !!!


randomchickToorak, VIC

  • 3 reviews

Nothing fancy about it!


The only similarity between these loaves and cafe loaves are the thick cut slices. Period. I scone Toast doesn't not taste even remotely like scones as TipTop claims. It isn't even as flavorsome as plain white toast when had with tea. Tastes a lot like the gluten free bread by Bürgen (I would rate Bürgen higher in this case). However, I would say that TipTop got it right with their Raisin Toast, it can easily pass off as the cafe raisin toast. I mostly buy these slices when they're reduced to use in a bread pudding, and these breads work very well in the pudding due to their thick cuts.
Love the raisin toast, very cafeish. Great for bread puddings.
Scone toast fails on both flavour and taste.



  • 374 reviews



This is a great fruit toast, adds novelty to the usual thin sliced bread, very filling and one slice is enough. great value as the loaf is large and only about $4 per loaf/ Always fresh when purchased and lasts almost a week.
Fills you up and often only one slice is enough for breakfast.
Priced reasonably, lasts a while when its only you eating it. Its also a great afternoon/ morning tea snack with a cup of tea. Lovely and fruity, not too sweet. Contains fibre. Always at supermarkets, fuel stations corner shops etc.
Sometime too thick for toasters, i have to put it under the griller.



  • 95 reviews



This loaf is a nice treat in winter with a cup of coffee. The edges don't get burnt like normal fruit bread. Obviously the nutrional content is concerning for someone who is monitoring their intake, but it is a snack and I don't have it regularly. Also due to the price.
Overall not bad if you're sharing it with a few people and want a little luxury.
Nice thick toast cafe style. Can cook them in the sandwich press without them burning in the toaster. A nice treat. Makes you feel like you are having raisin toast in a cafe
The kilojoules and sugar are extremely high for a 'snack'. These loaves are expensive, and I find they do not last as long as other bread


TracyJW.A., 6077

  • 62 reviews



I really like this product.it makes for a really great tasting bread and butter pudding! An easy tea for when the kids come home hungry and want something quick to eat.packagings good.
Ilove the extra thick slices-toasts beautifully-crisp on the outside, soft in the middle, with a fantastic aroma filling the whole kitchen.lots of currants/sultanas and spices too.an ideal 'anytime' snack-lovely dripping with butter! Freezes well.
Once I eat one slice, its very hard not to put a few more slices in the toaster!!not that good for the figure, but I guess I just eat too many slices!


sherriVic, 3802

  • 154 reviews
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I like them. They taste very nice with butter as they are thicker and more substantial than most raisin bread or fruit loaves. But the loaves are expensive and each slice is chock full of calories. Nice as an occasional indulgence, I guess.
These really are delicious. I bought them as a treat and because they were something new, something the family could try out. Lovely spread with butter and with a cup of coffee on a cold Melbourne day.
These loaves aren't cheap. I wait till they are in special. The other downside is the number of kilojoules in each slice. It is almost the equivalent of a small meal, so you have some choices to make-these are a bit more-ish, and if you eat too many, expect to stack on the weight I guess.

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