Top Kid Friendly Cafes In Western Sydney

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It’s no secret Western Sydney’s food scene is booming with loads of new, hip, fresh cafes. We’ve rounded up the most kid-friendly cafes in Western Sydney so you and your family can enjoy the best of the west.

Little Miss Collins, Parramatta 

A fantastic cafe that oozes charm with a fabulous outdoor courtyard is Little Miss Collins in Parramatta. 

The coffee is good and so is the hearty, healthy brekky and lunch menus. Among the delish breakfast offerings are smashed pumpkin with poached eggs and sweet corn fritters with poached eggs, basil pesto and pomegranate. For lunch, you can opt for a healthier poke bowl, fresh salad or vegan bowl or something heartier like a burger or Kafta bowl.

The cafe also boasts a lovely outdoor courtyard and little play area for kids, with a mini slide and a see-saw. It is around the corner from Jubilee Park in Parramatta for a great play for the kid's post feed. With a ‘for the bubs’ section on their menu, room for prams and fabulous frothy babycinos, this is a winner on our list. 

Where? 13 Wentworth St, Parramatta

Little House Of Coffee, Penrith 

In the surrounds of the beautiful Flower Power nursery in Penrith, you'll find a fun and friendly cafe with a lush garden setting called Little House of Coffee. The sunny outside tables are an ideal spot to sit and watch the kids play in the charming fenced playground.  

Little House Of Coffee also offers great coffee, breakfast and lunch. For brekky, you can opt for the traditional eggs your way or something more decadent like the red velvet French toast with berry compote - yum! For lunch, great salads, burgers and sandwiches are on offer. There is also a great "Little Gardeners" menu that doubles as a colouring sheet.

For cupcake lovers, this is the place to go with flavours like Nutella or Cherry Ripe, plus delicious house-baked desserts. With a wonderful post-brekky walk through the nursery, the Little House Of Coffee is a hit with both big little garden explorers! 

Where? 1794-1802 The Northern Road, Orchard Hills NSW 2748

The Picnic, Burwood

Located in picturesque Burwood Park, The Picnic Burwood provides the perfect tranquil setting to unwind whilst the kids have a play in the fantastic fenced playground. 

The cafe serves up delicious breakfast till 12pm including Mums Omelette packed with protein to keep mums’ energy levels up, or the wholesome Nourish Bowl filled with baked cauliflower, zaatar carrots, beetroot hummus and loads of other colourful goodness. There is also your more traditional eggs your way on offer. 

They also have a yummy menu for the little picnickers in your life - the Teddy Bear Toast is adorable!

Where? Burwood Park, Cnr Burwood Rd & Park Ave, Burwood

The Grounds Keeper Cafe, Parramatta & Blacktown

For a really easy family dining experience, visit The Grounds Keeper Cafe in Parramatta or Blacktown.  At both venues, you can indulge in house-made savoury treats, decadent delights and seriously good coffee. 

The Blacktown café is very spacious and is located next to a great playground so the kids can easily have a play whilst you sip on a hot coffee. The Parramatta café is located near a small playground and the fabulous Domain Creek Playground is about a ten-minute walk, scoot or bike ride away.  

All of the Grounds Keeper Cafes have a great kids menu, high chairs and baby change tables.

Where? Corner of George Street and, O'Connell St, Parramatta OR 49 Richmond Rd, Blacktown 

Social Hideout, Parramatta

Recently transformed into a floral phenomenon, the "original" Social Hideout, in Parramatta is arguably Sydney’s prettiest cafe offering the most Instagrammable meals.

The garden, open-air cafe and floral pieces are crafted specifically to create a unique atmosphere for the entire family to be enthralled by. It’s no surprise Social Hideout has been rated as one of the best brunch places in Sydney.

There is an all-day breakfast menu featuring red velvet hotcakes, matcha green tea French toast and avo smash with poached eggs. Lunch offerings include salads, sliders, and melt in your mouth slow-cooked lamb. But wait... there’s more. You can pair your dish up with one of their cold-pressed freshly made juices, premium Campos Coffees or a  totally extravagant CAKE shakes! You can even get your drink served in a miniature bathtub! 

Free underground parking is available at the local Entrada shopping so you can even tackle the groceries post-brunch. This hidden gem in all its floral beauty is a pretty winner.

Where? 2A/20 Victoria Rd, Parramatta

Cafe At Lewers, Emu Plains 

Situated in the beautiful heritage gardens of the Penrith Regional Gallery, Cafe at Lewers offers a delicious and affordable seasonal menu set in gorgeous, tranquil surrounds. 

The kids can roam free and channel their inner Picasso on one of the chalkboard easels found around the garden, while you enjoy a nice cuppa. The breakfast menu features all sorts of deliciousness, including house-made Belgian Waffles and Toasted Almond & Cranberry Granola with yoghurt and Ironbark honey. For lunch, favourites include the Blood Orange and Cumquat Salad, Mezze plate or the hearty Pot Pie. 

Post brunch, we highly recommend a wonderful family-friendly walk along the beautiful Nepean River. Let the little ones burn their energy for a nap on the ride home!

Where? 86 River Rd, Emu Plains

Two Birds Cafe, Prospect

Located in the Flower Power Garden Centre in Prospect is Two Birds Cafe, a hidden gem serving great coffee and delicious food in a beautiful setting.

They do an awesome all-day brekky including Smashin Time -smashed avo, beetroot purée, feta and chickpea with a poached egg - French toast, or their famous Buddha Bowl with pumpkin, Halloumi, poached egg, hummus, kale and mushroom. The lunch menu includes burgers, wraps and fresh fish.

There is also a “kids corner” featuring bean bags to watch a movie, colouring, market stall and kitchen and loads of blocks and books to keep little people busy.

Where? 25 Rowood Road, Prospect

Coffee Embassy, Northmead 

A bright rainbow painted fence and an easy, family-friendly vibe characterise Coffee Embassy in Northmead.

Touting a mighty delicious bacon and egg roll and a fantastic breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea menu, the Coffee Embassy is a wonderful hidden gem located at the bottom of an apartment complex, just waiting to be discovered! It offers a very kid-friendly kids menu including fairy bread and Nutella on toast with sprinkles - one sure way to let you get to the bottom of your coffee. If the kids get wriggly, they can get artistic on the chalkboard next to the rainbow fence. 

After a lovely feed and a hot cuppa, you can head across the road to a great park with a scooter/bike path and complete a fun day ou. 

Where? 33/1-3 Kleins Rd, Northmead

Daily Break Cafe, Glenmore Park

Another cafe in the west with an awesome playground, kids activities, loads of indoor and outdoor seating and delicious food is Daily Break Cafe in Glenmore Park. 

The outdoor area has a great view over the fully fenced playground so you can sit back and relax whilst your kids swing, climb and play away. They’ve even got those rainy or extra hot days covered with an indoor cubby. Brekky options include traditional eggs your way, pancakes and fresh-baked cakes and cupcakes whilst lunch offerings include toasties, burgers and fish and chips.

Where? Shop 1, 31 Blue Hills Dr, Glenmore Park

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