With the Parramatta River on one side and Brays Bay on the other, 1606 Luis de Torres café couldn’t be in a better location, particularly for those that enjoy a walk along the water’s edge before their meal. Inside, guests are greeted with a modern interior of rustic wooden tables, shelves hanging from thick rope and a menu that’s draped from a mast complete with a folded sail. It all stems from a nautical theme, based off the café’s namesake who first discovered the straight between New Guinea and Australia. Visitors enjoy selections from an all-day menu featuring classic favourites like the French brioche toast, whilst the ravenous can enjoy a bowl of chicken Napoli spaghetti. An afternoon high tea loaded with semifreddo, finger sandwiches and indulgent sweets are also a big hit.
7/7 Rider Boulevard, Rhodes 2138 NSW - See Map
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