PAYMASTERS CAFE    

Trading Hours starting JUNE 2020   

We have 2-HOUR BOOKING TIME SLOTS available for LUNCH, DINNER and WEEKEND BRUNCHES  

with a maximum of 50 people at a time in the restaurant.

 

 WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY and FRIDAYS   

LUNCH: 12pm  – 2pm and 12.30pm – 2.30pm    

DINNER: 5.30pm – 7.25pm, 6.30 – 8.30pm and 7.30pm – 10pm     

SATURDAY  

BRUNCH: 9.30am – 11.30am and 10am – 12pm  

LUNCH: 12pm – 2pm and 12.30pm – 2.30pm   

DINNER: 5.30pm – 7.25pm, 6.30pm – 8.30pm and 7.30pm – 10pm    

SUNDAY  

BRUNCH: 9.30am – 11.30am and 10am – 12pm  

LUNCH: 12pm – 2pm and 12.30pm – 2.30pm 

We are closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.  

All booking enquiries and availability, please call Randolph or Rod on (02) 49252600   

PHONE BOOKINGS ONLY     

 

COVID-19 Restaurant Restrictions

We are now OPEN Wednesday to Sundays for SIT DOWN DINING. Limited to 50 people at a time. Please call (02) 49252600 for booking times and availability 

We are also open for TAKEAWAYS.

 We offer pick up at the restaurant from      

Wed to Sat 12pm – 8pm, Sun 10am – 4pm.

DELIVERY can be arranged using Newcastle Taxis on

133 300, ask for their parcel pickup and drop off service. 

All food orders and payment can be made on our website: paymasters.com.au 

Enquiries (including Health Care Workers) 

please call Randolph or Rod on  

(02) 49 252600.

We also have Paymasters Kiosk at Newcastle Ocean Baths. We are open 7 days a week from 8am to 2pm.

Please click the takeaway tab below for all menus.

VIEW ALL TAKEAWAY MENUS 

 

Welcome toPAYMASTERS

Welcome to Paymasters in the historic East End of Newcastle. This building is a fine example of Georgian architecture which has been listed as an item of Regional Heritage Significance since 1987.

Paymasters is a little haven, within walking distance of the hustle and bustle of the Newcastle CBD in NSW. Located on the Foreshore Park, overlooking the busy and picturesque Newcastle Harbour.

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History about Paymasters

Paymasters is also situated within an area of State Heritage Significance:

In 1797, John Shortland first discovered and sailed into what he called Coal River in his search for escaped convicts from the colony in Sydney.

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