You know it must be a great cafe when you have trouble deciding what to order as everything sounds and tastes so yummy. The Bells Road Social cafe opened in December 2017 and is such a welcome addition to the Parramatta cafe scene. It is our local favourite cafe and even after a few months of regularly going, we still have trouble deciding between all the yummy options.
The Bells Road Social cafe is filled with natural light and has a view out to Fred Robertson Reserve. The decor is a lovely blend of new and old, with rustic and chic elements. And if your kids aren’t in the mood for sitting, you can order, grab a picnic rug and your food will be brought over to you in the playground. Now that is some serious family friendliness right there!
But the winning feature is definitely the food! My two favourite lunch dishes are the Chicken and Chorizo Salad and Lamb Kofta. They are so delicious and full of flavour.
They have a kids breakfast and lunch menu. My boys though normally opt for a bacon toastie and chips so unfortunately haven’t tried anything off their menu yet but the chips are yummy.
Owners Melissa and Dan were behind the very successful Long Shot cafe in Beecroft (right near the fab train playground) and are now bringing their fresh style, friendly service and yummy food to Oatlands….yay for us!
There is a mix of seating styles from stools to tables and there is also a waiting bench for take away coffees. My favourite spot is the little balcony area on the side, overlooking the park.
There are high chairs plus room for prams, but it would be a bit tight when busy. And there are two toilets.
And now you can enjoy a book from the the wonderful street library at the entrance to Fred Robertson Reserve, near the cafe. Thank you to Bells Road Social for partnering with ParraParents who help look after the Helping Hands Street Library.
- Monday: CLOSED
- Tuesday-Friday: 7am to 3pm
- Saturday and Sunday: 8am to 3pm
Finding the Bells Road Social Cafe
You will find this great new cafe at 1 Bells Road in Oatlands. And the beauty of being located in the leafy suburb of Oatlands is that it is peaceful.
The Bells Road Social is on the corner of a strip of shops and across a small lane from the playground at Fred Robertson Reserve. There is street parking or it is short walk from a bus stop on Kissing Point Road.