Coogee has a small – but strong – collection of cafes; which stretch from the beachside up to the leafy backstreets.
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Caviar bumps, vintage booze, barbequed abalone – Mimi’s might just be Merivale’s magnum opus.
Eat octopus cooked on the plancha, buffalo mozzarella on lemon leaves, and cured meats paired with vermouth cocktails at this seaside eatery open until 3am.
The smallest venue at Coogee Pavilion is packed with spritzes, Martinis and snacks. It’s also open till late on weekends.
There are 25 wines by the glass and chocolate boards for dessert.
A husband and wife team is behind this English-inspired spot.
This sprawling mega-venue is Merivale’s most ambitious. Here you’ll find a family-friendly bistro, a tapas bar, a cocktail den and a fine diner that spiritually succeeds the now closed Est. Plus, there’s a killer rooftop bar on top of it all.
It's a bright Italian eatery moments away from the beach.
A love letter to owner Rafaele Yon's native France.
The younger sibling of the Surry Hills restaurant feels like a Thai beach hut.
A restaurant with “conscious cocktails” in misty hues of mitochondrial green and sugar-free desserts, from a medical nutritionist.