Outside In Cafe

Windsor

Outside In Cafe occupies a spacious Windsor courtyard, with plenty of tables dotted around the undercover area.

There is a children's play zone located at the back of the cafe as well as dog bowls to accommodate any four legged guests.

Outside In Cafe Windsor

Daily breakfast/brunch specials include twice cooked mushrooms, spinach, feta & egg on sourdough, smashed omelette, eggs benedict, big breakfast, french toast with rhubarb, sauteed greens, and free range eggs.

Outside In Cafe Windsor

Lunch at Outside In Cafe features pea zucchini mint fritters, goodie bowls (veg, rice, avo, egg, tofu, chicken), beetroot quinoa burgers, felafel bowsl, cajun chicken salads, toasties, wraps, and ham and cheese croissants.

Outside In cafe Windsor

In terms of drinks, Outside In Cafe serves coffee, milkshakes, a range of teas, seasonal house-pressed juices (pear, watermelon, & pineapple at the time of our visit), muffins, slices and cakes in the display cabinet.

In a nutshell - Courtyard cafe serving coffee, tea and seasonal house-pressed juices as well as a wide range of snacks, brunch and lunch meals.

Need to know - Street parking is available along Reid St.

By Lucy Hordern

Outside In Cafe

110 Magyar St

Windsor

Opening hours

0414 832 146

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