It’s easy to see why Manly is the most visited Northern Beaches suburb; there’s so much more to Manly’s 2095 postcode than surfing history and rows of Norfolks! Classy culinary…
It’s easy to see why Manly is the most visited Northern Beaches suburb; there’s so much more to Manly’s 2095 postcode than surfing history and rows of Norfolks! Classy culinary hot-spots are aplenty. EatClub has officially launched in Manly, so we bring you the restaurants in this sunny corner of Sydney that you’ll want to tick off your list!
Saké Restaurant and Bar
Saké in Manly features an interactive sushi counter, a sophisticated bar and an outdoor terrace with sweeping views of Manly Cove. To say that this is an idyllic location to enjoy Japanese food and cocktails is an understatement!The Bavarian
Relax with a stein in one hand and a pork knuckle in the other and take in the beautiful surrounds of Manly Wharf. Hearty German specialties, long tables, huge pretzels and a festive atmosphere make The Bavarian a very uplifting place to dine!Mex & Co
Hola Manly! This brightly decorated, two-storey restaurant nails all the classics in their extensive menu of enchiladas, tostadas and burritos and more. Complete your little trip to Mexico with a whole lot of margaritas and Mexican sodas!Minato Japanese Restaurant & Sake Bar
Taking advantage of the best and freshest produce is Minato Japanese Restaurant and Sake Bar, where it’s all about beautiful flavours and precision. Enjoy complete ocean views, punchy sake and salty-sweet fish slivers of sashimi.
A manly-must visit, this shack serves up memorable fish and chips that are exceptionally light and crisp. Whether you like it beer-battered, crumbed or grilled, you can rest assured that all of the fish served at Fish Shack is sustainably-sourced.Favourite the Manly eateries mentioned above on your EatClub app to never miss their deals!