A new spot on the Northern Beaches is serving things up fresh and local
Located a few minutes walk from Avalon Beach, this is a great place to relax after a stroll by the water. Behind the concept is husband and wife duo Andrew and Amy Towner who have more than 17 years’ experience in the restaurant scene. Restaurant manager Daniel Briggs rounds off the team.
If the weather’s on your side, head to an outdoor table to take in the sun. Then, take your pick from starters such as sizzling garlic prawns or fish tacos which encase crispy flathead fillets in soft flour tortillas and brings them to life with a mild spiced slaw, fresh salsa and lime sour cream. Main dishes include crispy skin Tasmanian salmon fillet on a bed of slow-cooked Andalusian seafood and chorizo saffron paella, and pan-fried chicken breast with mascarpone, tomatoes and basil atop a serving of roasted baby beetroot risotto. More of an early bird? Grab a Pablo and Rusty’s coffee and pair it with a hearty brekky of classics such as eggs benedict or smashed avo on toast.
|Venue name:||The 2107||Contact:|
Shop 7-8, 57 Avalon Pde
|Opening hours:||Wed-Fri noon-3pm, 5pm-late; Sat 9-11am, noon-3pm, 5pm-late; Sun 9-11am, noon-3pm|
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