H2O Cafe Restaurant
Beach-chic décor, seriously good coffee and million-dollar views. Nestled on the shores of Narrabeen Lake, H20’s relaxed interior and contemporary menu makes for very enjoyable breakfast and lunch dining. Make sure you get in early on the weekends to avoid the queues.
The Chilli Club Narrabeen
Casual dining and authentic Thai dishes, this is an enduring local favourite. The Chilli Club has kept Thai-faring diners satiated with their extensive menu of stir fries, noodles, satays and curries. Their lively atmosphere and reasonable prices make for enjoyable family-friendly dining.
Narrabeen’s favourite Neapolitan pizza place is the best blend of simple, high-quality food and relaxed atmosphere. Pizza Riccardo is the place to drop in when you’re looking for a pizza that won’t let you down or a burrata dish that could end wars. The best part, the restaurant is BYO wine.
Just as the Slingshot team put it, they are "some nice people making and selling some nice stuff". Setting up shop on Narrabeen's main drag, the humble team at Slingshot use some of Sydney's best produce – from Reuben Hills coffee beans to Berkelo bread – to create delectable brews and delicious brekky and lunch bites. Avo toast with smoked labneh, pickled onion and sage, anyone?
Delivering all the classics, Sushi Hiro is Narrabeen’s favourite Japanese haunt. A certified local gem, the service is swift and friendly, and the food is as fresh as they come. The compact eatery on Waterloo Street serves dine-in and take-away options for lunch and dinner, seven days a week.
Sri's Indian Eatery
There’s a reason why this traditional Indian eatery has been a firm favourite among locals for nearly two decades. From their succulent curries to their powerful vindaloo, Sri’s Indian serves up rich and authentic Indian and Middle Eastern flavours. This cosy, traditionally decorated eatery has a small courtyard if you are after an alfresco dining experience.