Harry’s, in Sydney’s Bondi Beach, serves up fresh, creative food with a stunning view.
A colourful look and feel characterises the design of Harry's Bar & Dining, the 80-seat restaurant headed up by chef Bryan O’Callaghan (previously of The Tilbury hotel), while the menu highlights seasonal local ingredients with a creative twist. For breakfast, stand-outs include crispy rolled egg with braised black bean, chorizo and avocado; strawberry Bircher with mulled saffron; and quinoa and fetta fritters with house-made labne. At lunch the focus is on shared plates and nods to the eatery’s seaside location with dishes such as prawn spaghettini, seared scallops with pomegranate dressing, and salt and pepper calamari with squid-ink mayo. Coffee is by Five Senses and is available as espresso, cold drip or filter. Just a stone’s throw away from the beach, Harry’s offers excellent dining for the whole family.
A cool blend of surfers and socialites, Bondi Beach is one of Sydney’s most iconic locations. The beach is perfect for a dip; Gould and Hall streets are teeming with cosy cafés and boutiques; and a slew of yoga and Pilates studios have made the area a hub for healthy living. Over the past few years, Bondi has also become a popular dining destination. Enjoy a tipple at one of the relaxed wine bars – try Neighbourhood or Bondi Hardware – and sample fresh seafood at Matt Moran’s North Bondi Fish.
2/136 Wairoa Avenue, Bondi Beach; +61 2 9130 2180
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