Enjoy panoramic views of Young country-style cuisine, either indoors or al fresco. Great Lunches – Morning & Afternoon Tea, Corporate & Business lunches available, Bus & Tour Companies welcome, childrens play area. Browse through the Art & Craft Gallery
Wilkie’s Cottage was an existing restaurant reopened by Wendy Scriven and Lauren Walker in Wombat NSW in 2010 which put them on the map as a fresh food destination with a wide range of local and Australian made produce and gift wares and local art.
Then in 2012 they decided to make a move to put them in the middle of things in Young and they opened Wilkie’s Cottage Cafe & Pantry to rave reviews and have been going strong ever since.
With something on the menu for everyone from vegetarian, lactose free, gluten free and soy options available we can cater to almost everyone’s needs.
Function catering also available
The Country Providore Cafe is a hub of coffee, food and a relaxed atmosphere!
Enjoy a creamy cappuccino, a lovely latte or a fabulous flat white; we use award-winning Forsyth coffee for the perfect cup. We also do hot chocolates! Partner with a delicious homemade cake, slice or muffin; some favourites are orange syrup cake, caramel slice and chocolate brownies!
Here at The Country Providore Cafe, we serve breakfast and light meals seven days a week, and to suit your mood we have several seating options; inside, courtyard or alfresco style out on our footpath. We offer take-away on most menu items, a “young adults” menu and gluten free options.
If you don’t have time to cook at home, take home a pre-prepared meal, or order a cake to suit your special occasion. Need a gift for a foodie friend? Check out our range of food related gifts, such as Murray River Pink Salt and local olive oils, jams and relishes.
The Country Providore Cafe is open Monday to Friday 8am-5pm, Saturday 8am-2:30pm and Sunday 9:30am-2:30pm. Bookings essential if planning a large group.
Mayfield Mews is a site of local historic significance. Just 1km off the Hume highway, the Mews operates out of the original 150 year old coach house and stables. Henry Lawson lived for 14 years on and off at the adjacent Mayfield House, with his aunt Phoebe Stear, who was married to Richard Stear. The Stears’ at the time owned the General Store next door which currently remains a significant building.
Mayfield Mews has a small café offering light refreshments to serve with their exceptional air roasted coffee blend which rates as the Number 1 coffee in NSW. (whereismycoffee.com.au) Real milk shakes are served in aluminium cups with paper straws, not only nostalgic, but deliciously cold.
Enjoy the delightful garden centre and discover bespoke sculptures made by local and regional artists. The gift centre offers high quality