Reviews on Contemporary food in Palm Beach, Pittwater, New South Wales including The Dunes, Whale Beach Deli, Coast 175, Graze n Cakes, Young Barons, Beach House Avalon, The Newport, Modus Operandi, Sounds on West
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4 based on 112 reviews
Sounds is the offshoot of Six String Brewing Co, so not only are we local, but we take great pride in supporting Australian artisan producers, suppliers and ingredients (including herbs grown right in our backyard). Live music exclusively supports the Coa
Attended the book launch for Marcel Thompson hare and it was such a great vibe. Great cocktails, happy, friendly and fun staff (thank you Jane!) It was catered so I canât comment on their menu but the food offered was very good. A little lite on the gluten free options but that was for my friend not me so I was good! Lol The place looks good and feels great.
4 based on 116 reviews
I'm a bit mixed but have to unfortunately be more negative than positive. The beer is very good BUT very warm, the pizzas are delicious, unfortunately listening to hard core rap f ing and blinding with young kids is not enjoyable, the place is unfortunately run by young kids who are friendly but in there own teenage world, has loads of potential, they should look around and take note of the type of clientele, owner should be around more.
3 based on 666 reviews
Set on the stunning shores of Pittwater, The Newport is a vibrant gathering place for all ages. Nestled amongst idyllic gardens, and incorporating various outdoor dining spaces and bars, the sprawling grounds include areas perfect for whiling the day and
Whilst itâs a lovely outlook, if you can sit near the water to capture the view, the food is ordinary and zero variety. We ordered a Gambero pizza - prawns which consisted of 1 prawn per slice - for $26 I would honestly expect more than than 1 prawn/per slice with a few chillies here and there and then whacked with a Sunday 10% surcharge. Adding share plates or grazing plates to their menu would be great - I just found it underwhelming and these days you can find better pub/restaurant food on the northern beaches that have a similar outdoor area with far superior food on offer.
3 based on 154 reviews
The location is amazing.... right on the beach!Restaurant has amazing views, even if youâre not seated right next to the window.Service is friendly and attentive and menu has a good selection at reasonable prices.Will definitely go back.
5 based on 97 reviews
What a fantastic find. Went with friends for dinner and we were all delighted. Fantastic food and really good service. The menu was different and exciting, beautiful presentation and amazing flavours. Pasta was as good as they say! All 7 of us were delighted by our meals and very impressed!
At the risk of letting a little know secret get out there I am writing this as the people who have this place deserve to be known, this place is tucked away and unless you know of it you would by pass it. You can not go wrong with this place food absolutely amazing and the owners are divine. Well worth the visit pulled pork roll lovely! Closed mondays an very affordable
4 based on 282 reviews
Loved this place! Very impressed by quality of food, atmosphere, service and price. Corn fritters were amazing. So much flavour and all ingredients complemented each other perfectly. One of the best cafe experiences Iâve had. Coffee was great too! Lots of vego options.
4 based on 31 reviews
Whale Beach Deli is set in the iconic Whale Beach in Sydney. The Deli offers an a casual, all day brunch menu, with a fresh, modern Australian menu designed by The Boathouse chefs.
Delicious avant garde menu , all scrumptious but understated. Enjoyed smoked trout with great salad and kingfish sashimi on a tasty crisp bread. Terrific fresh juices and smoothies on offer with very friendly relaxed staff. Loved being so close to the sounds and sights of spectacular Whale Beach
4 based on 189 reviews
Located near the northern point of the beautiful Palm Beach peninsula, Dunes Restaurant & Kiosk provides a perfect setting for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Opened in 2006, Dunes sits between Pittwater and the Pacific Ocean on 1200 square metres of manicure
Went on a Friday afternoon when the place was rather quiet. We were not able to use our entertainment card, the explanation being the place is under new management. There is some refurbishment going on but it is not intrusive. We sat outside admiring the views across the beach and headland. The staff were polite and served us in reasonable time. I especially enjoyed the Atlantic salmon with mirin mustard greens and rainbow chard which came in a delicious and sizeable portion. Pricing was reasonable. A pleasant stopover, however expect additional car parking expenses.
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