Wildflower society cafe @ Macarthur

Wildflower Society isn’t just your regular shopping centre cafe, it’s a place with a creative menu, super welcoming staff with efficient service and decor that makes you feel like you’re anywhere but the inside of a mall.

The decor sees a contemporary Australian native wildflower theme, complete with walls of flowers, leather banquette seating and it has a whole sense of serene to it.

We were instantly shown to a table, given menus and reminded to order at the counter. We had our little toddler with us and were offered a high chair and colouring in products to entertain him. We were very grateful.

We perused the menu and note an all day menu with popular breakfast and brunch classics that encompass mediterranean, middle eastern and Asian influences. From a banoffee Biscoff French to toast to haloumi fries and sticky Korean fried chicken, there’s plenty to tickle your fancy. You can order a larger meal, side, pastries or a combination of all. The prices are reasonable for the size, which is great given that they use produce from local and sustainable suppliers and providors.

Dishes are prepared and delivered fast and they are presented creatively.

We shared the following:

Wild Benny – some of the best corn fritters we’ve had, served with crispy chat potatoes, a generous dollop of herbed hollandaise, baby spinach, eggs, strings of sweet potato crisps, and a burnt sage butter. We added some crispy bacon to it for a very indulgent brekkie.

The Brekky plate was certainly for the hungry diner: a hot plate complete with poached eggs, bacon, slices of spiced beef sausage, cheesy spinach, crispy chat potatoes, avo, labneh, mushrooms, tomato chilli jam, nigella native dhukkah and a thick slice of Sonoma sourdough & pepa saya butter.

And for the healthy amongst us, a nourish bowl was the go to order. The bowl was spread with a golden hummus and the salad; a mix of crispy quinoa, pickled onion, cucumber ribbons, rocket, riceberry, avo, crispy chickpeas, Persian feta, pomegranate and a herb oil. Super flavoursome and a really enjoyable meal all round.

There’s plenty of kids meals and a great range of drinks too. We enjoyed a green machine juice, iced chai and flat white and these drinks perfectly complemented our meal.

Overall, it was an excellent dining experience and we look forward to returning to try more of their offerings.

Wildflower Society Cafe

Macarthur Square, Level 3/200 Gilchrist Dr

Campbelltown NSW 2560



Mon-Friday: 8:30-5:30pm

Thursday: 8:30-8pm

Sat-Sun: 8:30-5pm

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