Soak up sweeping water views from a vast 300-seater bistro boasting 8-metre-high ceilings and more than 1600 square metres of open space.
Primely placed to unite the Shire with the southern suburbs of Sydney – St George Sailing Club is set to be the ultimate seaside dining destination for Sydney’s South this summer.
Reflecting the abundance of its surroundings, the menu showcases a honed focus on classic seafood dishes, offering diners the perfect chance to break from the beach and dive fingers first into a luxe seafood platter of lobster, prawns, oysters, octopus, beer battered fish, calamari, and mussels.
As well as quintessential ocean platters and seaside eats like beer-battered fish and chips, Group Executive Chef Justin Wong is plating up elevated takes on seafood classics including; marinated Fremantle Octopus salad with shaved fennel, rocket and cherry tomatoes on a bed of chickpea puree; and a superfood poke bowl with brown Rice, edamame, soba, tofu, slaw, avocado, crispy nori and ponzu, for a fresh and refined twist on casual seaside dining.
Of course, no seafood feast is complete without a perfectly paired bottle of wine, and with nearly 40 wines on offer, there’s plenty to choose from. In addition to the extensive wine list, St George Sailing Club is pouring up over 14 tap beers including favourites from Stone and Wood and Byron Bay Lager.
Stay into the evening with a cocktail in hand, and you’ll enjoy one of the best sunset views Sans Souci has to offer. Appearing to float just above the water, The Pavilion utilises its idyllic setting to the fullest offering al fresco dining on the surrounding decks for guests to soak up the views into the evening.
For a more casual affair, sink into the welcoming lounge area and simply enjoy the breathtaking space, meticulously designed with warm timbers and polished concrete for a modern coastal aesthetic.
St George Sailing Club is now open for business, sail in from 10.30am til late, 7 days a week. Find out more and secure a booking here.