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 Bogey Hole Cafe
A local favourite, the Bogey Hole Café is named after Bronte’s famous rock pool, and it captures the suburb’s vibe perfectly. The space is airy and light-filled, with colourful walls, beach paintings, and unparalleled views of the real thing. The menu features a bunch of simple yet moreish dishes: think eggs benedict, avo smash, and banana crepes for breakfast (which runs all day – score!), then prawn tacos and veggie burgers for lunch. There’s also a daily spread of freshly ...
Located in the thick of the bustling Bronte Road strip, Café Salina is bright and breezy spot. Thanks to glass doors, the café spills out onto the street so patrons can enjoy the salty air and excellent people-watching. It’s a great place to go to if you’re feeling virtuous – the menu is mostly healthy, with a few well-chosen indulgences.
Food as medicine’ is the philosophy at this effortlessly chic beachside eatery. Rosie’s offers a health-centric menu where everything has the sugar free, organic and sustainable tick of approval. Get your iPhones at the ready, because the millennial pink room sets the backdrop for their equally Instagrammable fare.
An enduring café that keeps locals and travellers well-fuelled, Tropicana Café is a reliable favourite among the crowd. Situated along Coogee Bay Road with streetside seating – highly prized for its people watching – Tropicana’s menu has all the classics, and the best part is, it’s BYO.
Broth Bar and Larder
The brainchild of a health coach, Soulla Chamberlain of Star Anise Organics, Broth Bar and Larder shines a spotlight on the benefits of broth, and it does it in a creative way. Along with steaming bowls of soup and chicken broth, it also offers a range of smoothies and raw treats you’d never guess contained bone broth. Sure, it’s unusual, but half the fun of healthy eating is experimenting, so give it a try! There's also a small (maximum four ...
Favoloso Cafe Deli Store
A slice of Italy in Bronte, Favoloso is a local go-to. The Sicilian-inspired café has a lot going for it: a sun-drenched corner location, authentic food, incredible coffee, and a friendly feel. Do as the locals do and go in the morning for a caffeine fix and crunchy panini.
Cafe de France
There is a reason why locals have a soft spot for Café De France, it’s delicious Parisian style French food in a casual setting. They have all the favourites, and by that we mean croissants, baguettes and crepes, plus they do a French twist on Aussie classics like the bacon and egg roll.
A culinary hideaway inspired by the famous streets of Old Town San Juan Puerto Rico, Page Two Randwick has been given a stylish makeover. It has an urban, industrial vibe juxtaposed with splashes of colour, and its mismatch of décor makes it really stand out from the crowd – from the graffiti walls and exposed roof pylon to its foliage-scattered walls and beautiful hanging umbrella canopy.With an all-day menu full of old favourites and brand-new bites – from vibrant smoothies ...
A culinary hideaway inspired by the famous streets of Old Town San Juan Puerto Rico, Page Two Randwick has been given a stylish makeover. It has an urban, industrial vibe juxtaposed with splashes of colour, and its mismatch of décor makes it really stand out from the crowd – from the graffiti walls and exposed roof pylon to its foliage-scattered walls and beautiful hanging umbrella canopy.