There's plenty of takeaway options in Penrith during lockdown, but here's 10 you might not have tried yet!
As Greater Sydney deals with a second lockdown, local restaurants and cafés are serving up take-away options to keep their doors open.
Penrith City Council is seeking innovative food and beverage operators for a new café and restaurant at the soon to be refurbished historic Police Cottage on the Nepean River.
Over a year and a half since The Village Penrith permanently closed due to a fire in its kitchen, a new restaurant has risen from the ashes.
Located at the recently opened Caddens Corner, The Valley Junction aims to be your new local dining hot spot with the best coffee, amazing food and a great friendly dine in ambience.
Penrith’s growing list of venues will have some fun and games added, with construction of a new dumpling bar, named Duck Duck Goose, set to begin next month.
Nepean Village is working on a new outdoor dining precinct that is set to open this winter, but it will be a hot spot for culinary choices.
Glenmore Park Coffee Club is under new ownership and ready to impress the local community with their dedication to outstanding service, coffee and food.
The men who brought Penrith the popular Mr Watkin’s bar have got a new project in the works.
Prepare to be transported to the hills of Florence or a quaint square in Rome when you experience the beautiful outlook and authentic Italian cuisine at Poppi Tino.