Icebergs Dining Room and Bar
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The first place to take guests for a meal in Bondi is Icebergs: a multilevel icon overlooking the famous beach and seawater swimming pool that’s so part of Sydney’s history. It’s part of my history too—I celebrated my twenty-first birthday here when the place was a decrepit old building! Now it’s revamped with terrific food to match the setting. Before dinner, start with a boutique beer or mojito on the balcony and watch surfers ride into the sunset. I like the buildup of relaxing with friends with a drink before sitting down at the table. Plus, seeing Bondi light up at night feels a bit like Christmas.
Best view of Bondi from above overlooking iceberg pool. Go to the RSL next to fancy Iceberg, bring your ID, check in as temporary visitor, grab a seafood platter and enjoy the waves. If you want to splurge then book a fine dining experience at Iceberg next door.
Glamorous modern Italian restaurant overlooking Bondi Beach. Spend the day with the rich and famous.
Are you celebrating. Bondi's iconic icebergs serves great food and cocktails with an unbeatable view.
Best food and views of Bondi Beach for a bit of a glam lunch or dinner! Plus the bar is worth a visit for absolutely incredible views and atmosphere!
Must visit for lunch, dinner or just a drink. Fantastic views. Bit pricy but look at the view.
Fine dining top level $$$, Club bar and pub food middle level. Great views of Bondi. Swimming, Yoga in the pool
“Fish and chips with and asian twist. Family friendly with ocean views and a great cocktail.”
“An amazing walk along some of Sydney's most stunning coastline. Also, it's free! Bondi to Bronte is short, should take about 30 minutes each way (including photo stops). If you've got the time, walk to Coogee, or Maroubra if you're really enthusiastic!”
“On a hot beach day, nothing beats a refreshing cocktail or nachos, after your swim..”
“Bills is an old favourite. Consistently good delicious food and drinks. Great for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Make a booking to be sure you get s table.”
“China Diner offers a cross-pollination of Indonesian, Vietnamese, Thai and Chinese dishes. They're doing a menu that’s been designed with big groups in mind, which might explain the caveat at the bottom of the snacks section. And that is ‘a minimum order of two per item’. There are Vietnamese sandwiches (the smoked tofu with pickled carrot, cucumber and coriander is the winner here) and sticky, sweet Malaysian-style Marmite chicken wings. Puffy and addictive rice crackers flecked with seaweed go strangely well with a side of Cantonese-style pickled red cabbage.”