About The Incinerator
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Housed in a stylish 1930s building designed by Walter Burley Griffin, The Incinerator in Willoughby is a chic cafe adored by locals. With a passion for serving up seasonal food and some of the neighbourhood’s best coffee, this Small Street eatery boasts a brunch menu that Sydney’s foodie community simply can’t get enough of. From a colourful Mediterranean breakfast bowl to the venue’s signature french toast with butter caramel ice cream and fresh fruits, gastronomes are treated to an absolute feast at The Incinerator. Fully licensed, The Incinerator is also open for dinner on Friday and Saturday nights, meaning you can celebrate the weekend in style with a memorable meal and a glass or two of wine. Be the envy of your friends and secure yourself a table reservation today!
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The Incinerator Café Modern European menu in a 1930s building with a vaulted ceiling, designed by Walter Burley Griffin. Book a table and enjoy a relaxing location and great food, handy next to a small children's playground.