Salt Meats Cheese Dee Why
Launching their first restaurant in Sydney’s Northern Beaches, Salt Meats Cheese Dee Why is the group’s biggest restaurant to date, serving up its flavour-packed grazing menu of pastas, pizzas, cocktails and desserts to the idyllic beachside suburb. The restaurant features a bespoke façade comprised of raw steel and large glazed elements, allowing people to see into the venue’s open kitchen, complete with a large pizza oven and bar space. Food and drink at Salt Meats Cheese Dee Why are served ...
Corretto Dee Why
Sitting pretty on Dee Why's The Strand, Corretto is the beachside cocktail bar-slash-eatery the Northern Beaches has been waiting for. With cool blue interiors and a relaxed, laid-back vibe, this soon-to-be local fave serves up amazing cocktails, with a killer food menu to match. Pop in for a shared-style lunch or make a night of it with a cheeky drink during happy hour (4pm-6pm) – you won't be disappointed.
Deck Bar & Dining
A main stayer on ‘The Strand’ at Dee Why beach, The Deck Bar is open from lunch. This two-storey establishment is known for their awesome weekly specials and, come the weekend, their live music. Set along the beachside, it’s the perfect place to watch the day go by as you sip on a signature cocktails and indulge in their farm-to-plate snacks.
This Dee Why favourite does simply yet nutritious meals in a coastal chic, beachside café setting. At Girdler's lookout over the beach while you indulge in a long, lazy brunch. A health lover’s haven, Girdler's is known for its acai bowls, and its sweet and savoury buckwheat crepes. The coffee is excellent, and there are a few flavours of kombucha on tap too.
Momo Bar. Dumplings & Poké Bowl
The newly opened Momo Bar in Dee Why dishes up so much more than its name suggests. Fast becoming a local favourite in Manly, foodies are flocking from all corners of the city to sample their famous Nepalese momos (Nepalese dumplings). The mushroom momos are mouthwateringly addictive, but their newly opened outpost branches out from the traditional Nepalese fare and offers Hawaiin Poke Bowls as well. Opening at 6:30 in the morning, early risers can get their brekkie fix in ...
Momo Bar. Dumplings & Poké Bowl
The Momo Bar in Dee Why dishes up so much more than its name suggests. Already a local favourite in Manly, foodies are flocking from all corners of the city to sample their famous Nepalese momos (Nepalese dumplings). The mushroom momos are mouthwateringly addictive, but their newly opened outpost branches out from traditional Nepalese fare and offers Hawaiian Poke Bowls as well. Opening at 6:30 in the morning, early risers can get their brekkie fix in the form of The ...
Beach Burrito Co. Dee Why
Modern Mexican fare is what this beachside diner is all about. The Dee Why outpost of popular Mexican restaurant group Beach Burrito Co is open from breakfast till dinner, serving up fresh, authentic eats. Dedicated taco fans will be impressed with their extensive menu, with options to satisfy meat-eaters and vego diners alike.
The Beach Shed
Perched on the edge of the esplanade, The Beach Shed expertly combines a relaxed vibe with million dollar views. The café has plenty of indoor and outdoor seating as well as a takeaway coffee counter. In true blue style, the brunch menu is offered all-day and the rockpool is steps away, as is the fully fenced playground, making this a top spot for families in the Northern Beaches.
Mu Cha Cha Mexican Kitchen
RestaurantNorth Curl Curl
Another shrine to the much-loved Mexican-Baja flavours, Mu Cha Cha in Curl Curl serves scrumptious Mexican fare from their tiny fiesta-filled cantina on Pitt Road. You’ll find all your Mexican favourites on the menu at reasonable prices. The large portions make it great for group dining but you might want to consider wearing loose clothing.
Cooh Organic Cafe
CafeNorth Curl Curl
Cooh Organic Coffee in Curl Curl is a beautifully, chic beachside cafe. Almost everything is made in-house at this earthy eatery, from the baked goodies and raw treats to the rich coffee blends. While soaking up the café’s rustic charm, feast on a menu full of wholesome, organic dishes.
On the Northern Beaches, this pie shop has legions of fans, and often lines snaking around the corner. Upper Crust serves up 10's of flavours, making the final decision the hardest. With a wide variety of pies, rolls, tarts and cakes, Upper Crust is the perfect lunch pitstop on your way to the beach.
A part of the Merivale Group, The Collaroy has long been known as the local watering hole of choice. Drawing inspiration from the coastal scenery, The Collaroy is a multi-level venue fitted out with floor to ceiling windows, nostalgic seaside artwork across the walls and wooden furnishings. Head to the top floor for the best view while you indulge in the modern Australian menu.