Eling Forest Winery is conveniently located about half way between Sydney and Canberra just before Sutton Forest/Sally’s Corner McDonalds (on the right) just off the left hand side of the freeway.
It’s the best spot on the way back from Sydney to stop for a coffee, breakfast or lunch.
It does get busy, and while it’ s nice to sit inside by the fire when it’s cold, there’s always a seat outside (nice in the good weather). If it’s busy weekend it can be worth phoning ahead to book.
Coffees are $4 ($4.50 for a mug) and there’s some gorgeous house baked treats to go with it starting from $7.50 for scones with jam and cream to $9 for a slice of cake.
Delicious Lemon and Coconut Cake with a regular and mug sized coffee.
The breakfast menu includes light items like Sour cherry toast $6.50 and eggs in various dishes from plain $12 to Moroccan eggs with beef shiploads, labneh, pancetta, sourdough and duke and lemon $16.50. It’s available *:30am-11am although the sour cherry toast can be ordered with coffee for longer.
The lunch menu changes each week based on what is seasonal.
It includes light items like toasted turkish sandwiches $13.50 to more filling options often served with salad and maybe chips/wedges $17.50-$23. They all sound delicious.
Well run, stylish and showcasing good coffee (house ground) and a passion for great food, Erling Forest Winery Cafe will be a winner, even if you just stop for something light.
Phone: (02) 4878 9155
Mon – Sat: 8am – 4:30pm,
Sun: 8am – 4pm.