As most cafes fight to keep their businesses afloat, Bensons Cafe in Orange has found new ways to keep their customers happy.
Front of House manager Esther Parton said the cafe is giving away free small cactuses and succulents to families and coffee connoisseurs.
"We are handing out one 'isolation buddy' to keep people company while practicing social distancing and self isolation," she said.
"The owner Taylor Zarnow's mum has been cutting the plants and we've personalised each of them with a name.
"People have sent us photos on Facebook of how their plants are doing and at the end of the isolation period the owner of the best looking plant will win a prize."
The cafe has also continued its quirky and cheeky nature with customers through takeaway container messages.
"The one thing we have been doing over the last three years is our cute hand-written messages on the takeaway containers," Miss Parton said.
Some of the messages are personalised to the customer with a rhyming poem of their name or even a simple smiley face.
"We have always had a sense of humour and we have a lot of fun at work," she said.
Bensons Cafe is still open between 7.30am till 1.30pm during the week and 8am till 11am on Saturday: "We decided it would be best to reduce the hours, rather than go under, and to continue serving our regular customers and people who still work in their office," she said.
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