Who is Percy Plunkett?

Built in 1866, this house – known as “Kentucky” – has had a few owners, but no one like Percy Plunkett!

In 1928, Percy and his family bought the property and they made it their own. Living, growing and sharing memories that resinate within the area.

Now with everything we’re doing, we pay homage to Percy Plunkett, the history of this beautiful house and the local area.

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Australia’s Best Brunch Spots

Percy Plunkett – Penrith, NSW This café is the newest Western Sydney hotspot, bragging a robust all-day menu, serving everything from scones to burgers. The signature, deep-dished pancake is something everyone must experience. The café has a chic grey and pink decor, perfect for all those Instagram fanatics out there. Open: 7am – 4pm daily…

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Just open: Percy Plunkett

Penrith just keeps ramping up its food game. The outer western suburb is awash with restaurant and wine bar start-ups, and has more gourmet burger joints than Las Vegas. It is also raising the design bar, with Matt Woods crafting the interior at Percy Plunkett, which has just flung open its doors.  The designer has…

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Nod to history in cafe’s new name

By LAUREN SUTTIE, Western Weekender. Last time the Weekender spoke to local foodie Phillip Hallani, he had just signed the lease for the old heritage building outside Nepean Village, with plans of turning it into a destination based café. Four months on, a lot has changed for the project – including a new name. “Market…

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Restaurant project driven by passion

By Lauren Suttie – November 15, 2017, 11:35 Local foodie Phillip Hallani hopes to put Penrith on the map when his new restaurant venture, The Market Cafe, opens early next year. Mr Hallani’s dream, which is a decade in the making, is set to come alive in the heritage building located out the front of Nepean…

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