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 well into the night.
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 around the main streets.
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A hole-in-the-wall spot where you can grab chewy bagels stuffed with cured salmon or salted beef, with a side of crisps and pickles. Or grab house-made egg dip and schmears to take home.
For bagels and all kinds of pickled, cured and smoked New York deli-style dishes.
This all-day cafe has a dedicated toast menu and makes in-house almond milk and nut butters.
Coffee and a sandwich? Or a Negroni and some oysters? This spot does both equally well.
A smoothie and salad bar that’s keen on Australian native ingredients.
Strudel, kuglóf, bagels and biscuits at a Hungarian cake shop opened in 1979.
Coffee on tap, fresh salads and a bloody good schnitzel burger.
A beach nook tucked up off the main Bondi drag.
Mediterranean, organic, with Five Senses coffee and a beautiful fit-out.
Quality coffees and rare books in what locals call their “Hotel California”.
The second outpost of Bondi’s Bennett Street Dairy, serving purple toast and its sibling’s much-loved buttermilk-chicken burger.
Bush ingredients and a design that channels the French Riviera are the hallmarks of this schmick all-day spot.
The beachside outpost for one of Sydney’s seminal cafes.
A “wellness concierge” that includes a gym with sweeping beach views and a farm-to-plate cafe.
Extensive antipasti, breakfast, and a range of classics from a celebrated chef.
Do something good for your body.
A purist coffee spot that roasts on site and doesn't offer cow's milk.
A family-friendly spot that’s been looking after locals since 1997.
Wellness as preached by a naturopath and herbalist.
Pasticceria PAPA’s famous, traditional kitchen at Bondi Beach.
A local institution that's been going for more than two decades.
Order coffee, a sandwich or breakfast here and you’re helping unemployed youth.
Sydney's famous gelato by the beach.
Hand-made cookies, with much more than just choc chip.