I recommend Yanchep Inn. They do tasty restaurant food inside and pub food in the beer garden. There are a couple of pool tables and a bar area.
The food in the restaurant inside is expensive but you get quality for your money. The atmosphere inside is warm and elegant and the staff are very attentative. It is a lovely place for an evening meal.
Outside in the beer garden, the food is basically pub grub and reasonably priced. On Sundays there is a band and the view overlooking the lake is pleasant. It has a welcoming family atmosphere and can become very busy on warm summer days so my tip is to get in early for the best selection of food.
If you have not brought your picnic basket and thermos with you do not panic as the Chawn Mia Tearooms will have something delightful for you. In our case after walking through the park for several hours we needed to rest for a while.
The tea rooms were the ideal, having a covered verandah overlooking parklands to the lake. We had Devonshire Tea for Two, being scones, jam and cream and a large pot of tea.
For those with a sweet tooth there is a cabinet full of chocolate delights.
The restaturant is good, the ambience if fine. It's just that they are charging different prices for take-aways and dining in. it is relatively more expensive to dine in. So if you are thinking of saving some money, its better to take away and eat at the beach. Otherwise, paying more is quite worth it as you are paying both the views and the fresh seafood..
Favorite Dish: Fish and Chips, it tastes fresh, perhaps due to the close proximity from the beach...
I don't eat anything in the restaurant other than the Chips there... But why I bother writing up about this restayrant is that the ships here is excellent!!! the taste is naturally freash and it feels right...
Favorite Dish: Chips... it feels naturally fresh!!!
Chawn Mia is the Yanchep National Park Tearooms. A new facility which provides convenience food as well as café style meals and refreshments. The tearooms are right next to the Koala Walk and the McNess House Tourist Centre.