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Maitland South, NSW 2320

Eating out in Maitland

We thought you might like to  know about eating out in the Maitland area

No formal arrangements are made for breakfasts, or for dinner on Wednesday evening during the conference so please feel free to explore. The following cafes, restaurants and pubs are suggested for their good food and service. Please look them up on the Internet. Further suggestions are available from www.mymaitland.com.au/eatdrink and www.theleveemaitland.com.au/directory/category/eat-drink.

For daytime cafes, try these:
The Orange Tree (The Levee)
Lavenders Riverside Café (The Levee)
Moreish Café (western end of High Street)
Seraphine Café (Maitland Regional Art Gallery, eastern end of High Street)
Marmook & Poom Poom (eastern end of High Street)
The Icky Sticky Patisserie (Lorn)
JERF (Lorn)
Organic Feast Wholefoods (East Maitland)
Readers Café & Larder (East Maitland Library)
Blackbird Artisan Bakery (Maitland Gaol, East Maitland)
Good coffee:
House of Expresso (Church St)
Xtraction Expresso (The Levee)
The Bikesmith (eastern end of High Street)
One Bird’s Coffee (Lorn)
Cheap eats: Beud Korean & Japanese (The Levee)
Chinh’s Vietnamese (eastern end of The Levee)
Oz Thai (eastern end of High Street)
Zaffran Indian (eastern end of High Street)
Royal Spoon Indian (Lorn)
Middle end:
Ometto’s Pizza Bar (western end of High Street)
Fratelli Roma (eastern end of High Street)
The Old Victoria (East Maitland)
Top end in Pokolbin:
Muse Restaurant
Esca Bimbadgen
Bistro Molines
Pubs and bars:
Shenanigans at The Imperial (western end of High Street)
The Belmore (western end of High Street)
The Whistler (western end of High Street)
The Pourhouse (eastern end of High Street)
The Grand Junction (near Maitland Railway Station)
The Bank Hotel (East Maitland)
The Windsor Castle (East Maitland)
The Hunter River (East Maitland)