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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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.
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.
Plant-based Italian, natural wine and garlic bread worth crossing town for.
Bottomless brunch is the hallmark of this breezy all-day Latin American eatery.
A Bali fit-out coupled with a Japan-meets-Peru menu.
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.
A Finnish hospitality hero and former Dinner by Heston Blumenthal chef teamed up.
Middle Eastern cuisine done the modern way.
A brother to Bondi’s Society Pizzeria, it’s serving American-Italian style pizzas, a three-cheese mac’n’cheese and pre-batched Negronis.
Asian street food goes to the beach with China Diner.
Modern-Australian cuisine with a Mediterranean twist served at this resurrected old favourite.
Fresh handmade pasta, salumi and plenty of Italian vino.
A bar and restaurant from the team behind Panama House, Milk Box and Sam I am.
Pizza, seafood and cocktails.
Eat a perfectly cooked Cape Grim steak, then grab a couple more for home.
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.
A shrine to rum.
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.