Copo Cafe & Diner in Drummoyne ticks a lot of boxes. Finding a place that is accessible, has easy parking, no queues, Wi-Fi, is kid-friendly and kind to our gluten-free friends can be a tall order, but Copo has done it, and definitely checked it twice. With its bright, elegant and inviting atmosphere, it’s the perfect location to unwind and enjoy your day out.
Try the unique South-American inspired bistro food in a bright and airy spot over 2 floors, with chunky wooden tables, huge mural, indoor plants and a terrace. It’s one of the best places in Sydney’s Inner West to enjoy a healthy freshly prepared meal with a Campos coffee or a South American inspired drink.
The kitchen smokes its own chicken and trout, preserves its own pickles, makes mascarpone from scratch and plucks herbs from a rooftop garden. The menu leans to Latino (South American-style baked beans with chorizo), perhaps a little Morocco (cumin-flavoured baked eggplant and eggs served in a pan topped with fresh dill) and classic comfort food (bubble and squeak, porridge with rhubarb and homemade toasted muesli). The great service and a bright fit-out are bonuses.
If your little one has any allergies, let them know and they’ll cater or adjust accordingly. But just be prepared anyhow.
This two-storey café is listed as Victoria Road, Drummoyne but it’s actually hidden around the back on the Formosa Street side where the entrance runs right off a handy little council parking lot. When the weather is fine make a beeline for the stairs and head up into the open covered terrace.
Located in the disabled toilet near the front door.
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Baby change facilities are in the disabled toilet near the front door
Open 7 days a week.
Breakfast and Lunch:
Monday to Saturday from 7 AM to 5 PM.
Sunday from 8 AM to 4 PM.
Dinner and Drinks:
Thursday to Saturday from 5 PM to 10 PM.
Baby change table
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