Walton's Pantry

The Gap

Walton's Pantry is a spacious and peaceful spot to enjoy breakfast or lunch overlooking The Gap's Walton Bridge Reserve.

The pet-friendly cafe features outdoor tables beneath umbrellas with bushland views across to Mt Coot-tha.

Walton's Pantry The Gap

Hearty build your own breakfasts, burgers, hot cakes, and benny bagels are some of the breakfast options on the menu at Walton's Pantry.

Walton's Pantry The Gap

For lunch, there are salads as well as a range of classic gourmet toasties - The Aussie, The Swiss, The Vego or The Italian to name a few.

Walton's Pantry The Gap

Home baked scones, cakes, biscuits and slices are also available for those seeking sweet treats.

Drinks at Walton's Pantry include coffee, tea, fresh smoothies, juices and alcoholic beverages. Walton's Pantry is located next to The Gap Football Club and also caters to hungry sports-folk during football season.

In a nutshell - Outdoor setting provides peaceful views over bushland and football fields, ideal for laid back gatherings or post game snacks.

Nice to Know - There is a car park located onsite at The Gap Football Club.

By Lucy Hordern

Walton's Pantry

5 Glen Affric St

The Gap

Opening hours

3300 6004

Map

25 Glen Affric St The Gap

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