The Windsor Larder

Windsor

The Windsor Larder is like a walk-in gourmet pantry with cafe, lounge and kitchen inside located on a busy corner of Windsor.

Fresh wholesome salads, ricotta and chorizo gnocci, mushroom and pea risotto, and arancini balls are order of the day here at The Windsor Larder. Some tempting all-day breakfasts include ricottta hotcakes, apple, blueberry and almond bircher muesli, pork belly ciabatta, gluten free muffins, and award-winning Brasserie bread.

The Windsor Larder Newmarket

Those wishing to purchase gourmet produce will be pleased to discover the walls of The Windsor Larder are adorned with all sorts of curiosities such as unusual jams, macrobiotic sea salt, marinated olives, fermented pickles and Australian raw honey.

The Windsor Larder Newmarket

Visitors for lunch or breakfast may choose between take away or dine in options at comfy lounge chairs and hand-crafted tables with recycled cushions. This is the place to stop in for Silipo Coffee, pots of T2 tea, or a nutrition-packed smoothie. Other menu highlights are home made pastries, savory toasties, croissants, slices, and decadent chocolate tarts.

The Windsor Larder Newmarket

Nice to know -There is a small car park adjacent to the cafe and Windsor Railway Station is conveniently located just over the road.

By Lucy Hordern

The Windsor Larder

3b/229 Lutwyche Rd

Windsor

Opening Hours

3861 0001

Map

229 Lutwyche Rd Newmarket

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