Queenscliff, Sydney - a good restaurant
Replies: 13 - Last Post: Dec 11, 2012 2:03 AM Last Post By: June2
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Dec 3, 2012 2:09 AM
5Pilu is fantastic, but it's bloody expensive.
If you want a beach view , there 2 or 3 restaurants opposite North Steyne Lifesaving Club on the Manly Side of Queenscliff that do good food and have outside tables. Haven't been for a while but Ash's table and Honolulu Grill were both good when I went
Dec 3, 2012 2:47 AM
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Dec 4, 2012 1:11 AM
8Technically, there ARE only 2 restaurants in Queenscliff...
Angel was pretty good when I ate there nearly 5 years ago
Splat wasn't memorable
Dec 4, 2012 1:35 AM
Dec 4, 2012 3:19 AM
10hmm..now I'm confused! Decisions..decisions! All within my "thereabouts" in OP.
Lunch is sometime next week.
Alternatively, any spot around/close to Seaforth would be good as well.
I like Plonk! beachcafe - just before The Spit Bridge (part of Ferguson's Boatshed) but want a new venue that I've not been to..
Edited by: June2
Dec 4, 2012 5:16 PM
11Queenscliff is the northern end of the long beach that at its southern end is Manly. There's plenty of places to eat in Manly, though few are top class. On the harbpour side a decent option is Garfish, which sits right opposite the wharf and has great views down the harvour, and decent, though overpriced (because of the location) seafood.
But the best restaurant in the district is Pilu. A truly great Sydney restaurant. Awesome food in a fabulous setting right on Freshwater beach (one beach north of Queenscliff).Yes, expensive, but worth it. Great food, great service, great views. You won't regret it. Pilu does a cheap 2 course set lunch if you want to sample it, without the usual price. It also has a takeaway cafe for coffee and panini.http://www.piluatfreshwater.com.au/the-kiosk.php
The Harbord beach hotel is just up the road. The Harbord Diggers sits up above them in a spectacular location.
Dec 11, 2012 1:25 AM
12Queenscliff isnt the same thing as Harbord/Freshie, skutr (though I expect you know that)
It's bound by Pittwater Rd, Oliver St, Undercliff Rd and the lagoon
June - try Ormeggio
Dec 11, 2012 2:03 AM
13Oh dear! a bit late as we're lunching tomorrow & decided on a spot around Neutral Bay/Cremorne..border line.
I'll pencil in that spot for next year for sure! Looks goods. I reckon the Mosman Rowers Club is a great place for brunch/lunch/dins but it's not quite a Christmas lunch as I'd like to call it - even if it's on the ferry route from Circular Quay.
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