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Flavours by Bundeena

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by Lydia C. Lee (subscribe)
Lydia C. Lee is still trying to work out what to do with her one wild and precious life. She currently is a haphazard blogger. Read more at or
Published January 10th 2015
Cosy cafe full of flavour
If you are heading down for a day in Bundeena, and not bothering with a picnic, there are a few dining options right by the beach. One of them being Flavours by Bundeena.

Flavours By Bundeena

This little café offers burgers, pizzas and wraps, with little extra touches to make the experience pleasant. Their dinner menu offers a more elaborate selection, leaning more towards a restaurant.

Flavours By Bundeena burger and chips

We arrived at the right time, grabbing a table of five, and placing our order before a huge crowd arrived, and were queued up to place orders and no doubt wait for food. This is no reflection on the café, it's just the size, there are probably only 10 tables in total. While they have plenty of kitchen staff, they seem to be inundated with customers all day long. There was still a crowd when we drove past them to head home.

Flavours By Bundeena burger and chips

Flavours By Bundeena burger and chips

Our food arrived quickly, and the burgers were presented on individual bread boards. The soft drinks in jam jar mugs and the old fashioned milk shakes were a huge hit with the kids.

The menu is well priced, and I thought cheaper than the average Sydney café.

A lovely way to refuel while exploring the beaches of Bundeena.

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Why? Beachside burgers with a country feel
When: 10-4pm 5-8pm Sunday, Wed-Thurs 9.30-1pm, Fri-Sat 9.30-4pm, 5pm-8pm
Phone: 02 9523 2145
Where: 42 Brighton St, Bundeena
Cost: Varies but cheap
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Any queues or full houses at a café is a sign that something good is happening there
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