February 17, 2016

The Vintage Pantry, Pitt Town

About an hour northwest of Sydney, in the Hawkesbury town of Pitt Town you will find The Vintage Pantry.

As the name suggest the cafe's decor is vintage/shabby chic and the mood is warm and inviting.

To entertain the little ones there are colouring pencils and paper and for the adults there is a selection of magazines, best read curled up on one of the lounges.

We visited the cafe early in the week when it wasn't too busy and its clientele was mainly locals.

Ordering from the lunch menu we ordered a beef burger with chips, a mixed kebab plate, nuggets and chips and milk shakes.

The beef burger was huge, a little messy to eat due to it's size it was everything you would expect from a traditional burger. The thick cut chips came with a side of tomato sauce and aioli, the perfect combination  for chips!

The mixed plate contained three different kebabs, fatoush salad, chips, lebanese bread, hummus and garlic sauce, enough to keep one satisfied.

Overall it was a pleasant, filling lunch. If you are ever in the area check it out for either breakfast, lunch, morning or afternoon tea!

The Vintage Pantry
77 Bathurst Street
Pitt Town

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