Coco Cubano Blacktown
Located on Level 4 dining Piazza of Westpoint, Coco Cubano Blacktown is the perfect pit stop during your shopping day, or to grab a tasty bite to eat before or after a movie at the Hoyts Cinemas located within the centre. We’re open early till late 7 days, serving up morning espresso and breakfast, and continue throughout the day with lunch, dinner, dessert & cocktails and an extensive tapas menu for everything in between! We’re one of the few fully licenced venues within Westpoint and have a dedicated functions room, making Coco Cubano the perfect party spot for a group celebrations when you feel like a little fiesta with friends. Ask about our Functions menus for groups small or large for your next get together.
About The Area
The city of Blacktown is a great, incredibly diverse suburb of Sydney, about 34 kilometres west of Sydney’s Central Business district. It’s also the largest suburb in its state, so you can just imagine how wonderful and eclectic the restaurants in Blacktown must be! The area also has incredible history, and was first founded by non-aboriginals in the late 18th century.
But if history isn’t your thing, look to Blacktown’s commercial business district, and you’ll find just about anything you need. If you’re a commuter, or if you are just travelling to the area to look around, the Blacktown railway station is incredibly close to all of the other attractions.
One of the most popular attractions is Westpoint Blacktown which is a major shopping centre, housing everything you could want to visit, with the Coco Cubano restaurant and cafè in Blacktown having a location at Westpoint as well! If you are coming from far away, don’t fear, as there are numerous hotels in the area as well, with plenty of shopping to keep you occupied!
If you’re looking for something a bit different, check out the Blacktown Arts Centre, which is at the highest point elevation-wise in the Central Business District. It was originally a church, but has now gone through renovation and transformed into a space that houses performances, visual art galleries, and workshop space. However, if you are more interested in food than art, you have plenty of options to choose from! Blacktown is incredibly multicultural, with people coming from India, Philippines, China, among other countries.
You can be sure that the restaurants in Blacktown reflect the diversity of the place. Or if you prefer, wander around the city and be surprised at what a café in Blacktown can offer you as well.
And for only those that are truly brave, there’s a particular tour held at the St. Bartholomew’s Church in Prospect that invites visitors on a ghost tour of supernatural incidents that supposedly occurred around the church and the cemetery. You’ll also hear some eerie stories, so beware! But be sure to have fun as well, and enjoy your time in Blacktown!