Lap up views of one of Sydney’s most iconic beaches at the best restaurants in Bondi.
It’s a Sydney suburb that needs no introduction. Renowned for its beaches, bars and beautiful coastal walks, Bondi has it all. And no matter what cuisine you’re craving, you’re bound to find it in Bondi. From iconic Italian trattorias to bustling Mexican eateries, discover the best restaurants in Bondi.
If you’re a foodie with a penchant for Italian fare and chic interiors, be sure to add the newly re-opened Da Orazio to your list of must-visit hot spots. Boasting a plethora of classic dishes including rotisserie porchetta, woodfired pizza, focaccia and antipasti, you’ll always be satisfied with a visit to Da Orazio. Find out more here.
Mejico Fish Market
From the team behind beloved CBD venues Mejico, INDU and Kid Kyoto, Mejico Fish Market has opened as a more casual addition in the heart of Bondi. All dishes are in the theme of Latin American cuisine while combining the group’s passion for fresh and healthy Mexican food. Ceviche bowls and fresh fish burritos are the stars of the menu, while Mejico signatures are also highlighted including the table smashed guacamole, plantain chips and corn ribs – available for dine in and takeaway. Find out more here.
Topikós Dining Room & Bar
From the team behind Shell House, Topikós Dining Room & Bar offers fresh, modern Greek fare that perfectly captures modern Greek dining. The menu balances the best of contemporary Greek cuisine with Australian influence, produce and honest simplicity. With a tasty offering that draws inspiration from the many islands of Greece and the colour and vitality of the Mediterranean, this new restaurant is a must-visit in Bondi. Find out more here.
The 94-seater restaurant and bar is located within Bondi’s Pacific Building on level 1 with hospitality heavyweights, Marco Ambrosino and Manny Spinola, behind the concept. The venue is Mediterranean in style across three sections; the bar, dining room and balcony. The menu is designed to share in true Mediterranean style with sweeping views of Bondi Beach. Find out more here.
The reinvigorated menu by Head Chef Voltaire Silva centres around high-end Japanese street food designed to share. Taking inspiration from past travels to Japan, bar hopping around Osaka, Kyoto and Tokyo, you’ll also find it infused into the cocktail menu as classics get a Japanese twist. The casual outdoor seating offers the perfect spot to enjoy an afternoon beverage or head inside where the music gets louder and the cherry blossom trees will transport you to Kyoto. Find out more here.
Set in the heart of Bondi on Hall Street, Bills Bondi Beach is a must-see Bondi institution. From breakfast to dinner, this bustling eatery is known for serving brunch classics and refined dishes that never go out of style. Dig into a plate of ricotta hotcakes by day and flavourful grass-fed beef burger with all the trimmings by night. Find out more here.
A local favourite, Bondi Trattoria has been a stalwart in Bondi Beach for over 30 years. Delivering an Italian eatery with a strong Mediterranean influence, expect delicious comforting dishes served with a side of water views. Gather your family and friends and pull up a chair in this welcoming dining room. Find out more here.
Bringing the flavours of Tulum direct to the foreshore of Bondi Beach, Carbon delivers unmissable Mexican dining to Sydney’s most iconic beachside suburb. At Carbon, the focus of the menu is on wood-fired dishes infused with traditional South American culinary techniques. The produce is fresh, the flavours punchy and the dishes one-of-a-kind. Find out more here.
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The Corner House
Speaking of must-see spots, don’t miss the rustic Italian eatery and dining room at The Corner House. Combining the best of Italian and Mediterranean flavours, expect flavourful share plates, classic wood-fired pizzas and a cosy cocktail bar to boot. Find out more here.
Icebergs Dining Room and Bar
Bringing Sydneysiders a dose of modern Italian eats, Icebergs Dining Room is the perfect spot for a memorable dining experience. With sweeping views across the waters of Bondi Beach, expect an innovative menu inspired by Maurice Terzini’s Italian heritage. Enjoy a rotating selection of seasonal ingredients showcasing sustainable seafood, artisanal produce and even a hint of native Australian flavours. Find out more here.
Straddling the line between a butcher shop and restaurant, Macelleria Bondi is the home of some of Sydney’s best steaks. In the heart of Bondi Beach, tuck into incredible premium cuts prepared with care to deliver truly tender steaks you’ll want to come back for time and time again. Find out more here.
North Bondi Fish
For a casual dining experience, head straight to North Bondi Fish. This relaxed yet chic spot is the perfect place to sip a well-made cocktail or sample delicious eats with sweeping water views. Boasting a seafood-driven menu ranging from snacks to mains and even a dedicated share-style menu, grab your crew and flock to the fun, beachside spot. Find out more here.
Since 1993, Sean’s Panorama has been a Bondi icon, serving local seasonal eats with views across Bondi’s beautiful coastline. With a menu curated by award-winning chef Sean Moran, expect an inventive menu of eats that change seamlessly with the seasons to deliver some of the freshest produce around. Find out more here.
Society Pizza Bar
For a taste of Sicilian eats, you can’t go pasta a visit to Bondi’s Society Pizza Bar. From delicious wood-fired pizzas to flavourful antipasti (and classic Italian cocktails) you’ll find it all at this must-see Bondi restaurant. Find out more here.
For one of Sydney’s most iconic dishes, you can’t go past Totti’s. The Bondi institution is renowned for its blistered wood-fired bread and share-style Italian dishes, from housemade pasta to charcoal chicken and decadent serves of tiramisu. Find out what all the fuss is about here.