Upper East Side Bondi food

Upper East Side in Bondi is going to take over Hall Street. Here’s why…

Upper East Side has taken over a corner side hot spot of the bustling arterial road down to Sydney’s famed Bondi Beach, Hall Street, and is about to make waves.

Turning its new home into a leafy green oasis of sparkly walled, fairy-lit brilliance, Upper East Side is pumping out some quality plates of food with a hint of gastronomy, adding a little more refinement to the otherwise distinctly cheap-and-cheerful atmosphere its immediate neighbours have instilled in the area.

Upper East Side Bondi tables

The new Bondi restaurant draws inspiration from global travels and exotic beachfront destinations to create a truly unique venue that conjures up the feel-good essence of a day spent by the ocean and works with a distinctly ‘throw-open-the-doors’ type approach, which makes it incredibly inviting.

The Upper East Side atmosphere is all about relaxed and informal ambience and tries to offer an accessible alternative to otherwise luxurious dining. Featuring a hearty dose of fresh seafood, the elegant menu has been crafted to evoke a sense of indulgence that is flavoursome, punchy and perfect for sharing. The Upper East Side Bondi food offering includes a selection of snacks and raw dishes, plates perfect for brunch like cheese on toast done fancier than you think and share plates for two or more as well as a full bar and desserts menu.

Upper East Side Bondi cocktail

Think fried banana bread with creme fraiche and salted caramel curd, cured wagyu tartare, Jerusalem artichoke, grape, toasted barley & rosemary, buttermilk fried chicken burger, lettuce, pickles & saffron mayo and heaps more. See the full menu right here.

See more and make a booking at the Upper East Side Bondi website.

Upper East Side Bondi banana bread

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