A kid-friendly cafe at Ingle Farm has changed the price of everything on its menu to $2.
Cafe Salvo is run by a team of 30 volunteers from the Ingle Farm Salvation Army and also sells pre-loved clothing and toys for the same price.
Corps Officer Captain David Collinson decided the original prices weren't as customer friendly so they dropped the price and adjusted their menu to just 10 yummy items.
The kid-friendly menu includes cheese toasties, hot chips, jelly cups, carrot cake, milkshakes and in the winter months - soup!
It's good coffee too!
The beans and barista training's been donated by award-winning Sefton Park cafe The Coffee Barun.
Cafe Salvo has an outdoor playgroup, indoor playspace, books and craft supplies for the kids.
While Mums and Dads can peruse the second-hand clothing racks where all adult garments cost $2 and kids clothing's 3 for $2.
Any money raised goes back into the Salvation Army Ingle Farm who supports the homeless youth.
The cafe's open 9am-3pm Monday to Friday.