Incinerator Cafe in Willoughby
2 Small Street, Willoughby
Phone: 61 2 8188 2220
Incinerator Cafe website here – check current menus here.
Opening hours: Daily from 7am until 4pm and serves breakfast (7am until 11.30am) and lunch (12 noon until 2.30pm).
This new cafe is a terrific spot on Sydney’s North Shore. Its close proximity to the excellent playground at Hallstrom Park, and also to Willoughby Leisure Centre mean that it’s a very popular spot with local families.
You can sit at shaded tables outside, which was definitely my choice the day we visited as I do love breakfast with a view.
The inside is a bit more crowded, mothers groups may need to leave strollers outside.
This historic building, and yes, it was an Incinerator, was designed by Walter Burley Griffin. IT’s been transformed into an art gallery on the lower level, with this cafe on the upper level.
You can get takeaway food and coffees here, ideal for taking down to the playground. It’s a licensed venue.
Warning! It does get absolutely chockfull some weekends… and parking can be difficult, see below.
High chairs: Yes
Kids Menu: A small one, and other things on menu are also suitable
Views: Gorgeous views over Bicentennial Reserve and towards North Sydney.
Parking: There is some street parking on Small Street, but that fills up fast. Try also the free car park at Willoughby Leisure Centre.
Accessible: Yes, flat route into cafe and surrounds, and a lift can take you down to the exhibition space below.
Extra: The Incinerator Art Space, has regular exhibitions.
Safety for little kids: The cafe is beside the road, which although not busy is still a hazard, especially if you are sitting at the outside tables.
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