Lime and Coconut café is based at the southern end of the mall, on George Street Windsor. Whilst this, busy-country town feel location may appear to have limited on street parking, there is ample parking in the Windsor Riverside Shopping Center, located across the road from Lime and Coconut Café.
When entering the café, the friendly staff greeted customers in a pleasant and welcoming manner. Initially when entering the café it appears much smaller than it actually is, with an additional seating room to the rear of the entrance that is much more suited to families, as there is a lounge with a naughts and crosses game and magazines.
Lime and Coconut café provides organic products wherever possible, which is often local sourced. The coffee is crafted by one of the most recognized boutique coffee rosters in Sydney and is only purchased in small amounts to ensure the freshness of the coffee. The meals not only look delicious, but also taste it!
The breakfast and lunch menu is one of the same, with all items being available throughout the day. Items traditionally catering for breakfast include Sonoma sourdough toast ($5), gourmet egg and bacon roll ($8) and French toast ($15) to name a few. For those who crave something on the larger size, the house breakfast would satisfy this hunger, which includes 2 free range eggs, premium bacon, sliced chorizo, baby spinach, haloumi, mushroom & house made baked beans with toasted Sonoma sourdough ($22).
For a traditional lunch item, the menu provides four options, of old school beef burger, roasted pumpkin and haloumi salad, spiced sweet potato salad and smoked salmon plate, ranging from $16 – $20.
There is a range of somewhat healthy options available on the kids menu for your little people, including toast with Nutella ($5), egg and bacon on toast ($8), melted cheese on toasted Sonoma sourdough ($8) and leg ham, cheese, tomato on toasted Sonoma roll ($9). Additionally, beverages for children include kids milkshakes and babycino, however there is a vast range of organic drinks in the fridge that would also suit the little tikes.
There is limited activities for the little ones to do in the café, except for the naughts and crosses game. However, the lounge in the rear room allows for independent children to relax and play with items that they have brought from home.