Three Blue Ducks
The story of Three Blue Ducks all started here in Bronte. Helmed by a trio of former fine dining chefs, the café serves innovative, modern Australian food that shines the spotlight on local produce. It even has its own garden with herbs, vegetables and a chicken coop for eggs. On weekends, there’s almost always a wait, but it’s worth it.
The Corner House
Run by the same guys behind Panama House, Corner House knows exactly what locals want: a relaxed, casual atmosphere, simple and seasonal food, and space to move around. The dining room dishes up fancier Italian fare, while the upstairs bar is all about pizzas, cocktails, charcuterie and cheese boards. There’s also an outdoor area that beckons on balmy nights.
Totti’s, Merivale’s new casual Italian concept at The Royal, serves up hand-crafted pastas, meats and classic Italian cocktails in a relaxed eatery, courtyard and bar on Bondi Road. Led by two heavy-hitting chefs, Mike Eggert and Khan Danis, the menu is fun, simple and delicious, suited to all ages and designed to share. The front end is built around Italian-style flatbread, cooked to order and accompanied by small plates of local and housemade charcuterie, Italian cheese and seasonal fruits. Drinks ...
Up South Bondi
A prime corner location with head turning street art, you can’t miss Up South. Formerly known as Bondi @2026 this brunch spot has a great vibe. The streetside tables are a great place to sample one of their wholesome smoothies and inventive brekkies. Their motto is 'there is no love sincerer than the love of food', and eating here couldn't make that any more true..
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!
Vegan Lebanese Street Food
The world’s first vegan Lebanese restaurant dishes up delicious fast-food, but not as you know it. What is traditionally a meat-heavy cuisine, the guys here have created innovative twists on Lebanese classics. Carnivores and vegos alike will love the healthy and fresh flavours, without missing the meat. For an epic plant-based spread, order the falafels, kibbe, kafta or mixed plate. Vegan Lebanese Street Food have the whole planet-friendly menu down pat, they also have eco-friendly packaging and a waste-free philosophy. ...
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.
Myoko Sushi Bar
Myoko Sushi on Bondi’s Gould Street is everything a Japanese restaurant should be. It’s cosy, the service is exceptional, and the extensive menu follows suit. The restaurant has a sleek fit-out, which reflects the modern menu. Sure you can order a range of your favourite Japanese dishes like sushi, tempura or gyozas but we suggest ordering from their ‘Exciting Menu’ to sample some of their more innovative, signature dishes. Don’t go home without trying their most inventive dish - the ...