Destination Cafe

Daisy Hill

Destination Café in Daisy Hill is a family-owned and operated child and dog-friendly café offering home style meals in a picturesque setting.

Tucked away in the Pacific Place complex on Old Chatswood Road, customers can enjoy breakfast or lunch daily on the wide, undercover deck surrounded by greenery.

Destination Café Daisy Hill

The all-day breakfast menu has something for everyone from fresh fruit with vanilla yoghurt and honey to avocado smash with feta on Turkish, to bacon and egg rolls, eggs benedict and pancakes with seasonal fruit, maple syrup and fresh cream. 

Destination Café Daisy Hill

Likewise, lunch-type fare is varied ranging from salads, such as Caesar and Greek, and fresh sandwiches and wraps, to toasties, loaded fries and burgers like the loaded Aussie Beef burger with homemade beef patty, bacon, fried egg, cheese and salad. 

Destination Café Daisy Hill

Meanwhile for drinks there’s coffee, tea, milkshakes, smoothies and fresh juices.

By Deb Lidster

Destination Café

3/10 Old Chatswood Rd

Daisy Hill

Opening hours 

3808 2901

Map

10 Old Chatswood Rd Daisy Hill

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