Purple Goanna is a café located in Redfern offering a unique twist on bush tucker. They call it Modern Australian – creating meals using traditional Aboriginal Australian meats, spices and fruits, and then fusing it with today’s cuisine.
Located right on Shelly Beach beside Le Kiosk restaurant, The Sandbar cafe is a stroll-in/stroll-out affair where sandy feet and wet togs are no problem. You can grab a coveted table on the deck – it’s nice to sit with a coffee while the kids go mad on the grassy area at the back of the beach – or order take away to enjoy on the sand or park benches. The food is a carefully created version of your standard takeaway fare – with fish and chips, malted milkshakes and sandwiches all freshly prepared.
Great coffee! Fast service. Great location. Always a small crowd of patrons outside waiting for their takeaway. There's a cosy counter where you can sit and drink in, and a few sandwiches and sweets available if you're peckish.
A super-friendly and extremely-tasty new addition to Summer Hill’s cafe scene, Goblin Cafe’s affable staff are more than happy to accommodate little people and make them feel at home. There is room to pull up a pram between each table, and they also have a couple of high-chairs and a dedicated children’s table with toys as well.
Nice coffee! Tucked away at the entrance to Gaffa Gallery is this cosy, airy coffee place. Friendly staff, prompt service. Tables and chairs and nibbles also if you want to escape the city streets a bit longer.
Kids young and old are more than catered for at this super-cool Leichhardt cafe, with a toy box and an old-school arcade machine that plays Space Invaders, Frogger and Donkey Kong. The food is also playful and sweet, with fairy floss-topped banana splits and babyccinos sprinkled with hundreds and thousands.
Not only is the coffee great, the staff are always on good form, including plenty of banter with regulars they obviously know well and get along with.
Kids are more than sorted at this Randwick cafe, which offers an extensive breakfast, lunch and weekend brunch menu, which also offers some gluten-free dishes MENU
A really neat cafe/coffee/cocoa shop! Food wise, coffee and chocolate were great. We recommend the fondue pot that comes with milk and dark chocolate, strawberries and marshmallows.
Offering home-style, wholesome cooking, you’ll feel well looked after at Grandma’s. There is a wonderful play area out the back, the kids will be entertained for hours so you can drink your latte in relative peace! This is kid-friendly Middle Eastern and European fare at its best.With a menu inspired by Grandmas and Grandpas from around the world, Grandma’s Little Bakery serves up delicious, homemade fare. From Middle Eastern spicy Shakshuka, to freshly baked English scones, eggs benedict and a vast selection of Mediterranean breads, olives and dips—Grandma’s Little Bakery is sure to conjure food memories of the grandparents we so dearly love.
From the moment you walk into the chocolate room, any chocolate lover will be in absolute heaven. From the tempting cabinet of cakes, to the freezer of ice creams and then to assortment of other goodies spread across the counter. And thankfully the food lives up to the hype.
Rounding off our list of Sydney’s best kid-friendly cafes is none other than family favourite, Armory Wharf Café. Located at Blaxland Riverside Park, kids run wild at the biggest playground in the city before refuelling with a specialty kid’s menu, including roll-your-own tortillas, Sub Marine squid rings and Man On The Moon pizza.Set in a picturesque spot on the Parramatta River, the Armory Wharf Café offers food that matches the view. With a seasonal menu, all-day breakfast, and a beautiful open-air dining area.
A very popular place for fries, burgers and much more. Great value for money. See menu
With a large, outdoor sanctuary for kids to explore, The Grounds of Alexandria is a must on our hit list of the best kid-friendly cafes in Sydney. Eat in or order from the takeout menu, and enjoy within the beautiful garden surrounds. The menu keeps patrons flocking here, perfectly brewed coffee, and wholesome food created with seasonal, sustainable ingredients. The distinctly communal feel to the café extends to long dining benches, colouring pencils for the kids
Amid the hustle and bustle of the Hunter Connection food mall, this cafe stands out for its unique selling point- organic. But this is not organic in any boring sense of the word, the rush mat counter enticingly displays a huge variety of creative wraps, chicken drumsticks and rolls in almost any bread type you can think of, while there's lots of hot soup, toastie, and curry options for the winter months. Not only this, but the entire menu appears to be also available as Gluten free.