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Eating out in Darling Harbour/Cockle Bay/King Street Wharf

There is just about every type of cuisine in Darling Harbour, Cockle Bay, and King Street Wharf. There are lots of upmarket restaurants around Cockle Bay and King Street Wharf for longer lunches or dinners.

We usually don’t go to these places as a family so I can’t speak about them from the wheelchair access point of view. I will say that there is a little place we’ve been to many times. It’s hidden just to the side of this fountain and behind Nick’s Seafood restaurant.  It is owned by Nicks and is simply known as Nick’s 103 Cafe.

They have a mixture of food including burgers, fish, delicious wraps, sandwiches, wedges, chips etc. We think for this area it is good value for money and everything is fresh. It is on the Cockle Bay side behind Nicks Seafood and beside the Lindt Cafe.

They have tables that look out on to the water, indoor and outdoor seating. I am usually the one going to the counter to order and my only comment would be that for someone in a wheelchair the counter is quite high for ordering, but I am sure staff would be happy to take an order at the table in those circumstances.

There is a good disabled toilet facility at the rear of this courtyard area.


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