Percy Plunkett Penrith

We review new cafe, Percy Plunkett in Penrith.

By Amanda Nicholls


Percy Plunkett is Penrith's newest cafe, paying homage to the original owner of the residence where the eatery is housed. You'll find Percy Plunkett in Nepean Village at 146 Station Street, Penrith. You can choose to dine inside the historic house that has been stylishly refurbished to bring the house back to its former glory, or you can grab a table outside in the garden or on the wrap around balcony. 

The house was orignally called 'Kentucky' and was occupied by Percy and his family in 1928. 

The menu includes tasty treats like Coconut and Vanilla pordige, Sauteed mushrooms on sourdough with truffle oil and Deep dish pancake with butterscotch sauce all gracing the breakfast menu. 

Outside you'll find a traditional coits game for the kids and picnic rugs if you wanted to picnic on the grass. You can also bring your four legged friend along to this pooch friendly space. 

For more info, check out Percy Plunkett here. 


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