Bondi's about more than just its looks. There's a host of exciting restaurants worth your time here, which might just extend your daytrip...
Where to find coffee and food by the beach.
Bondi Junction is far more than just a shopping centre and transport hub. These days, there are plenty of great cafes to discover, on and...
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Italian-inflected food and good times galore in a greenery-filled courtyard behind a dive-y ’70s pub.
On Bondi Beach's cliffside, this upscale Mediterranean restaurant flaunts its fabulous food and view.
Bottomless brunch is the hallmark of this breezy all-day Latin American eatery.
Since 1993, this “rickety-chic” institution has been winning over Sydneysiders with its ever-changing menu, using ultra-fresh produce from the restaurant’s own farm.
This busy Brazilian eatery was born out of a broken heart, and has become a haven for expats looking for a slice of home. The all-you-can-eat buffet is a bonus.
Plant-based Italian, natural wine and garlic bread worth crossing town for.
A Bali fit-out coupled with a Japan-meets-Peru menu.
Eat a perfectly cooked Cape Grim steak, then grab a couple more for home.
Asian street food goes to the beach with China Diner.
Middle Eastern cuisine done the modern way.
Modern-Australian cuisine with a Mediterranean twist served at this resurrected old favourite.
Fresh handmade pasta, salumi and plenty of Italian vino.
Pizza, seafood and cocktails.
A brother to Bondi’s Society Pizzeria, it’s serving American-Italian style pizzas, a three-cheese mac’n’cheese and pre-batched Negronis.
A bar and restaurant from the team behind Panama House, Milk Box and Sam I am.
A shrine to rum.
A hint of Mexico’s Caribbean where it’s all about DIY tacos and boutique tequila.
Ultra-fresh sashimi since 1993.
A dessert-and-burger joint catering to the Instagram inclined.
Music and meat collide at Bonditony’s.
A cool but unpretentious eatery in the heart of Bondi by chef Ian Oakes.
Much more than your old battered and fried, Bondi’s Best on Hall Street is a fresh seafood eatery.
A backyard barbeque on bustling Curlewis Street.
Traditional Italian, just like mamma makes.
An all-day diner for before or after the beach.