Lindsay's Cafe

Lindsay's Cafe

Food to delight in a setting to remember


Lindsay's Cafe: New Spring Breakfast

Our fresh seasonal menu is now serving. Weekends from 9am. Weekdays from 10 @ Norman Lindsay Gallery
posted: 6:36am 24 Aug 2019

Lindsay's Cafe: Winter in the Mountains

Relax and explore Norman Lindsay's: Stop for breakfast or lunch at Faulconbridge. Air-conditioned in, delightful out
posted: 5:55pm 16 Aug 2019

Lindsay's Cafe offers a popular lower Mountains dining experience. Located in the gardens and National Trust home of Norman Lindsay - famous Australian artist, sculptor, and author of the Magic Pudding. Open weekends 9am to 4pm, and weekdays from 10 till 3, this delightful cafe includes all day breakfast, delicious lunch, plus coffee, tea, and cakes for an afternoon stop. Food is fresh, prepared in house, and locally sourced. Evening weddings, monthly high teas, and dinners are a unique experience.

At Lindsay’s we believe in creating & serving real food, the kind you wake up early for, to make from scratch. The food we ourselves love to eat & enjoy with family and friends. We don’t compromise on quality, and we make everything we possibly can. From scones & pastries, to jams & chutneys, our chefs create & serve in house.

We take our time to create food full of flavour and love & if we don’t make it, we like to support other local businesses where we can. We source our products from suppliers who hold the same beliefs that we do; Fresh, local, seasonal & quality.  Our Wines, Ciders & beers are sourced from the Blue Mountains & wider Mudgee regions, and our Coffee from local passionate Roasters.

Private functions for evenings of up to 50 persons (75 on Canapes) are bookable throughout the year - common examples include weddings, christmas parties, christenings, birthdays and other large family and corporate occassions. We also provide specialist services such as Cakes or Photography on request.

How To Get Here..

Just 3 minutes off the Great Western Highway at Faulconbridge, just follow the signs to Norman Lindsay's Gallery.  If coming from Sydney, turn right at the traffic lights at Gross Road in Faulconbridge, or if coming down the Mountains, left just after Faulconbridge Public School.

Follow Grose Road till the roundabout with Chapman Parade, turning right and then 1 kilometer is Lindsay's Cafe and the historic Norman Lindays Gallery and Gardens.

Lindsay's Cafe

Phone: (02) 4751 9611

Fax: (02) 4751 9611

Address: 12 Norman Lindsay Crescent
Faulconbridge NSW 2776

Email: Click here to send an email

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