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Well, perhaps not frightful, but certain windy and chilly and we need some warming up! Windsor has just what you need. Food, Warming and Glorious Food! So check out our 'eat street'.



Yummy hot soups, hot brekkie and hot, gorgeous breads! George Street is Windsor's 'eat street'-- from the top of The Mall to the foot of George, you'll find filling and flavourful foods. . . gluten-free, if you wish, rich and thick stews, spicy Chinese menu and desserts to die for. We love them all in winter.

     Delicious Pizza and Pastas at the top of The Mall



    Breads, Breads, and yummy sweets at Le Pain -- Windsor's new French Bakery & Cafe at the top of The Mall.


  Spicy Prawns with noodles at our favourite Chinese Restaurant -- It is a big restaurant with seating for your entire family, the neighbour's children and all your friends as well. Great options on the menu and plenty of them! Take away is very popular!


   Zazu Cafe will make your day with a hearty Aussie breakfast -- a gorgeous burger for lunch, or, you can mix it up with an enticing Lebanese dish.

l  Sushi near the iconic Paddlewheel -- it's Wondersushi



 Special teas and terrific coffee at Lime & Coconut, maybe a purchase of honey for your tea at home. A healthy breakfast gets the day off to a good start, even if it is cold!


In keeping with the theme of brrrrr winter. . . The George Street Loft is planning it's next Locals Dinner with music for late July. Wonderful winter rustic foods -- great for the soul and the body!


 Make your way to 'eat street' in Windsor. Chase away the chilly blues!







Address: 446 Wilberforce Road, Wilberforce
Phone: 02 4575 1265
Hours: Open daily


Looking for some thrills? We gave it a go! However our brief spin around the track was a 'white knuckle' effort. Speed is not 'our thing'. But we watched others take to the tracks like pros. No fear here as they seemed to love the 'S' bends.


The track is 800 metres long and 8 metres wide. The combination of tight turns and long straights allow drivers to reach maximum speed - with eyes wide open of course! We threw a 14th birthday party at Indy800 for a grandson and what an event for a dozen teens! We were the favourite nanna at least for a short while.


Carts are for rent -- there are numerous options. However, you can bring your own - many enthusiasts do. This family-established and family-owned business has been around since 1997.


Indy 800 is the go-to place for excitement, thrills and challenges. Then make your way back to Eat Street in Windsor for a great brunch, all-day breakfast or a great pizza.