Yanchep is an established community that’s enjoying a growth spurt. It’s long been a popular place to stop for a bite to eat on the way to or from Yanchep National Park or after a day of fun in the sun at Yanchep Beach. Today, it’s still a great place to find everything from a good cup of coffee to fresh surf ‘n turf.
4 Popular Spots To Eat In Yanchep
Relaxed is the name of the game in Yanchep and that goes for food and drink establishments too. You will find everything from breakfast buffets to snack shops and fine dining in and around Yanchep. Here are five of the most popular restaurants in the area:
#1. Bibs Tuck Shop
Bib’s Tuck shop is in the heart of Capricorn Yanchep, just opposite Yanchep Beach Primary School on Lindsay Beach Boulevard. With excellent coffee, first class food and friendly service, it’s extremely popular amongst locals & visitors. See what’s on the menu this weekend by visiting their facebook page. Get in early if you can as it gets busy quick, you can even bring your four legged friends along.
#2. Patisserie Picasso
Patisserie Picasso is a bakery and you’ll find them just next door to Bib’s. Specialising in pastries they provide quick lunch options and also offer catering for your events. If you are in the area we highly reccommend their sausage rolls – delicious.
#3. Tudor Manor Restaurant
Tudor Manor Restaurant is located in the Yanchep Inn in Yanchep National Park. The Tudor style building is heritage listed which only adds to the ambience of the picture-perfect surroundings. The restaurant is known for its surf ‘n turf style lunch and dinner menus but also serves a full breakfast and offers a la carte dining options. Diners can eat inside the restaurant or outside in the beer garden. Yanchep Inn features a full array of imported and domestic beers along with a wide selection of wines and spirits. This is a great place to stop in for a bite after a long day of exploring the park.
#4. Chocolate Drops & Tea Rooms
Chocolate Drops & Tea Rooms. Don’t let the name fool you. This little tearoom is located inside Yanchep National Park and features light and nutritious homemade meals along with handmade chocolates, tea infusions, and creative coffees. Chocolate Drops is open daily and the atmosphere alone is well worth a visit.
Next time you visit Yanchep be sure to stop in at one of these local eateries and when you’re ready to settle in to the beachside lifestyle, be sure to visit Capricorn Yanchep. Our award-winning community overlooks the coast in the heart of Yanchep.
Learn more at www.capricornyanchep.com.au.