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Published October 18th 2014
Smashed Eggs, Seabreeze and Surf at cool new beach Cafe
Image courtesy of The Beach Shed FB
Another gem on the Northern Beaches. This great new cafe is the creation of Melissa and Marcus Svinos. With it's much sought after location only a couple of metres from the Ocean at the south end of Dee Why Beach, Cafe and Beach lovers consider this new place a dream come true.
Being the only cafe on the famous Dee Why cafe strip to be situated right on the walkway to Dee Why Beach Pool it is now the latest place to enjoy your coffee, breakfast, lunch or even just a nice cold smoothie. Easily missed unless you walk along Dee Why beach to the pool so make sure you head off the usual cafe strip along the Strand down to the beachfront path.
With an affordable and healthy selection I was eager to order and decided on Crushed eggs, avocado, baby spinach, danish fetta on sough dough with smoked salmon for $15 and Acai Smoothie $8.50. My friend ordered the Gourmet Chicken and Vegetable Pie with a coffee only $10.00.
When my order arrived I was impressed with the serving size and wondered how I would get my mouth around the first bite, but as I love my food and eating with a passion it was soon demolished with several oos and ahs of satisfaction.
Crushed Eggs, Avocado, Baby Spinach, Danish Fetta, Smoked Salmon on Sourdough $15.00 with Acai Smoothie $8.50 - Seafarrwide
With the sun stroking my winter white skin and inhaling the fresh sea air I just didn't want to leave so I waddled inside with my full belly to indulge in a sweet treat with coffee. The coffee is from The Daily Grind Coffee Co which source their Arabica beans from around the globe and custom roast them in the seaside town of Gerringong NSW.
Daily Grind Coffee Co supply The Beach Shed - Seafarrwide
Open 7 days a week from 6.30am until 5.00pm you won't want to drive by and forget to visit. Ample parking all along Dee Why beach-front, Council car parking at the north end behind the Surf club, as well as Dee Why Headland parking just above the Cafe and pool end.
I really couldn't find fault in anything, but how could I with the fresh sea breeze, the sound of waves crashing on the sand only metres away and sensational food and view. The service was fast and friendly considering they were under the pump with the eager patrons lining up to order and some waiting outside to grab a table or wall seat. The only downside I foresee would be for the owners wishing their seating capacity was larger due to the eager demand which will no doubt dramatically increase over Summer.
The Beach Shed doesn't have a website yet but you can go to their Facebook page and like to keep up to date and support this great new Cafe. Don't forget to bring your swimmers and a towel.
Is this cafe worth coming to visit from Ermington (8 km's east from Parramatta), and to take some elderly friends to?? Or for a lovely drive along the beaches? We used to live at Narrabeen, so it looks as tho' this area (in general) has SO grown. Comments would be so appreciated. TKU.
This cafe only has a small seating capacity and you can't book. It is a lovely spot for anyone including seniors. If you can't get a table there the Dee Why beachfront is full of great Cafes to choose from so do make a day of it. You will love it.