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October 30, 2017

Waterview cafe review


Waterview is a successful family owned hospitality venue located within the picturesque landscapes of Bicentennial Park.
As of July 1st 2016, hospitality extraordinaire Mr Theodore Drivas gained sole ownership of Waterview in Bicentennial Park. Known for his dedication and professionalism in the hospitality industry, Mr Drivas has an exceptional reputation in Sydney for dedicating over 45 years to the industry. Since his takeover Mr Drivas has conducted many positive changes in and around the venue, his biggest challenge being Waterview Café.

“Waterview Café was not providing all that it owes to the park guests. Such a serene and tranquil location must be complimented by unsurpassed hospitality, including delicious meals and warm service.” Mr Drivas says.
After much research and dedication to improving all elements of the café Mr Drivas is proud to announce Waterview Café now offers an exceptional dining experience to all guests.

Waterview Cafe has been completely restructured to accommodate all guests who visit Bicentennial Park. Families, cyclists, clients and guests can now enjoy the newly created, inviting cafe menu. Waterview Café menu has been specially crafted by award-winning Executive Chef, Brett Launt and his most talented culinary team. The hospitable café staff and the talented Barister, offer exceptional, freshly roasted and brewed coffee, morning and afternoon delights and freshly created meals for all to enjoy.

“The menu had to be flexible and accommodating to all who visit the café. Whether it’s children and families or business associates we want everyone to feel welcome and at home. Whether you prefer the popular smashed avocado, the famous Angus Beef burger or an item from the kids menu, there is something for everyone at Waterview café.” Mr Drivas says.
Perfectly situated overlooking the picturesque landscapes of Bicentennial Park, Waterview Café combines unsurpassed hospitality with tranquil park and lake views.

Waterview Café is ideal for breakfasts, lunches, business meetings and special occasions.


www.waterviewvenue.com.au





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