Laying claim to being Australia’s very first cashew based soft-serve bar, Cha Cha’s serves up cones piled high with creamy, delicious ice-cream. The fact that it’s gluten- and refined sugar-free is just a bonus. Oh and for all of you with nut allergies, Cha Cha's has got you covered with their very own nut-free sunflower seed milk ice cream (win!) You don’t have to be vegan to know that these guys are onto something seriously good.With over 30 flavours, you'll ...
News of this freshly minted Bondi Beach salad joint is hot off the press, and with a focus on selecting top quality produce and suppliers you can have faith that your kale will be crisp. With an entirely gluten free menu (all but two dressings are vegan) regardless of how you build you salad bowl you can rest assured that you’ll be doing your body good.
François Artisan Baker
This French bakery serves up bread straight from the oven as well as all sorts of buttery, delicious goodness, such as pastries and tarts. All of which pairs nicely with your coffee of choice. The pastry chef and owner, Francois Galand, is French-trained and it shows in his attention to detail.
Da Orazio Pizza + Porchetta
Led by restaurateur Maurice Terzini (from Bondi Icebergs) and chef Orazio D’Elio (ex Popolo), this pizza and porchetta venue is as warehouse-chic as it is authentic. It’s laidback and the waiters busily bop between tables, stopping to chat with patrons in between.
The TinPin Bakery
There is something quite homely about this Bondi bakery. From the rustic interiors to the old school furniture, The TinPin Bakery really sets the scene for its baked goods. It’s a meeting place for locals, and why wouldn’t it be with its hearty breakfasts and speciality coffee.
Society Pizzeria Di Catania Bondi
Located on the Bondi Junction end of the strip, this teeny-tiny pizzeria dishes up authentic wood-fired pizzas to the masses, who often spill out on the footpath. The team of pizzaiolos know what they’re doing, so anything you order is guaranteed to be good. Gluten-free dough is also available.
The guys at Ryo's Noodles have earned themselves quite the reputation in Crows Nest for their incredible ramen. Lucky for Bondi Junction locals, they have brought the same great flavours to the East. Even though ramen is their thing, you can still find other Japanese staples on their menu.
A butcher, steak and burger joint in one. You heard us right, at Macelleria you’ll no doubt be feeling very involved as you pore over the tantalisingly fresh options in the cabinet and handpick your preferred cut. The clever boys behind the counter will then fire up the grill and cook your meat to perfection.
craig's cheese shop
Along tree-lined Birrell Street in Bondi Junction, Craig’s Cheese Shop is way more than the name suggests. A business born out of the now famous parmesan biscuit, Craig’s sells cheese and other dairy products, but it’s also a café that serves delicious meals and coffee.
Sonoma Cafe Bondi
Baking some of the best sourdough loaves around. Sonoma is a family-run empire and they have been baking and delivering delicious, crusty breads to cafes and restaurants across Sydney since 2001. Branching out to pastries, biscuits, tarts, muesli and their own chain of cafes, the Sonoma name is synonymous with wholesome and delectable sweet and savoury treats.
Anything you order at Laurie’s Vegetarian is guaranteed to be brimming with goodness. There’s limited seating, so you’re better off popping in to order from the simple menu on your way home. If you’re craving something sweet, try one of the vegan desserts – they're really yummy!
The owners of Ruby’s Diner in Waverely have branched out to open a hip-hop themed poke cafe in Bondi Junction, KingFish Poke. Hip-hop is referenced throughout a menu that is based around ‘eat the rainbow’ philosophy, focusing on super fresh ingredients, prepared in-house.