Beachside beer drinkers on Bondi’s main drag can now enjoy German hospitality complete with surfer-friendly early morning breakfasts, lengthy communal timber benches and outdoor seating to soak up the sunshine. These guys might be famous for their impressive beer list and Bavarian tasting platter featuring pork belly, house-made sausages, schnitzel, sauerkraut, red cabbage, creamy mash and apple compote with bier jus, but that doesn’t mean there’s no fun to be had by our vegetarian pals. Mac ’n’ cheese balls, a cheesy jalapeno pretzel and a serve of fresh veggies with hummus takes care of small snacks, plus you can design your own salad with all the bits your like best. For carnivores it’s not all schnitzels – there’s eight sausages, five hot dogs and six burgers to choose from, plus a range of mains that don’t come in between bread. Low beach access is probably one of Germany’s major drawbacks, but in Bondi you can enjoy Bavarian hospitality by the water and have the best of both worlds.
|Venue name:||Bavarian Bier Cafe Bondi Beach||Contact:|
108 Campbell Pde
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri 11am-midnight; Sat, Sun 9am-late|