Palm Beach Restaurants

If you’re looking for the best restaurants in Palm Beach, Sydney, look no further. In this blog post, we’ll share our top picks for places to eat in this trendy beachside suburb. Whether you’re craving seafood, Italian fare, or simply want to enjoy a good meal with a view, there’s something on this list for everyone. So read on and start planning your next dining adventure in Palm Beach!

La Boca Palms

Music, coffee, wine and great cooking mix and mingle at La Boca Palms, a short stroll from Snapperman Beach. With outdoor seating aplenty, you can indulge in a late brekkie of avo smash, mushroom delight or pancakes with you coffee of choice. Afternoons and evenings bring live music and sunset dining, with Italian-inspired dishes to ramp up the romance.

1097-1101 Barrenjoey Rd, Palm Beach

Coast

This beachcomber’s retreat brings oodles of sunshine and wicker baskets-full of colour and flavour. With chic, beach-inspired outdoor seating, big umbrellas to shade you from the sun, and a menu based around fresh flavours and light snacks, this is the sort of place that you and your love could get cast away for an afternoon, an evening…or forever.

1031 Barrenjoey Rd, Palm Beach

Dunes

This white-washed, laid-back beach house (shoes are optional) surrounded by coastal greenery brings to mind the beach vibes of the seventies, when life was simple and days at the beach seemed to last forever. With a menu based around the freshest flavours of the nearby ocean, the sweetness of those sticky holiday treats, and a selection of boozy, boojee drinks, this is the place to become a sundowner and forget about the world outside.

1193 Barrenjoey Rd, Palm Beach

The Boathouse

This iconic seaside restaurant, located on the pier at Palm Beach is currently closed for renovations. Decorated in pure white, with a green and blue motif to balance it, The Boathouse has been serving up tasty seafood cuisine since time immemorial. The owners plan to reopen in late 2022. Watch this space!

Governor Phillip Park, Palm Beach

Barrenjoey House

This classy heritage restaurant started life in 1923 and was the first address in Palm Beach to have a telephone installed. These days, the menu at Barrenjoey House still reflects the languid flavours of those early days with modern takes on old seafood favourites such as lobster with bechamel and chilli, whole rainbow trout with anchovy dressing, and a wine list to match.

1108 Barrenjoey Rd, Palm Beach

Jonah’s

With stunning views from every table, you can watch the perfect blue rollers coming in from the broad Tasman Sea as you dine at Jonah’s. With its pure white design palette, elegant table settings and big, floor to ceiling windows it will feel as though you are suspended halfway between the sea and the sky. On the menu is a colourful profusion of local delicacies and you can sip the finest Australian wines as you watch the night come down on another perfect Palm Beach day.

69 Bynya Rd, Palm Beach