Bondi Social

February 23, 2007 at 12:35 am | Posted in Australia, Cafes & Restaurants, Food, General, Out and About, Sydney | 2 Comments

On Sunday evening, for Miki’s birthday, we had cocktails and dinner at the Bondi Social, where despite a little bit of wind we enjoyed seating out on the balcony and looking at the beach and the clouds on the horizon.

We even left a seat free for the missing in action Rhi – 


Before 7pm it has cheap cocktails which gave us an excellent opportunity to drink tasty beverages while waiting for our entrees and meals. The quality of the food is excellent and I enjoyed eating my piece of cod and tapas and both were reasonably priced.

My only real complain with the food is the quantity where the size of the portion is quite small and as a standard lacked anything more than the principal meat & spices.

Nonetheless, going to Bondi Social isn’t so much about the amount of food rather the atmosphere, alcohol, good people and great views. There are plenty of other places on the beach but the Social’s position on the hill gives it an edge in the look out stakes.


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  1. Aww, you left a seat for me!!! How cute! Sounds like a very lovely evening – wish I could have been there instead of wandering round London following a walking tour guided by a very sweet but unfortunately quiet and uninteresting lady. We gathered that some buildings are made form different materials depending on when they were built – oh and a new building in a row of old ones means that the original building was probably destroyed by a bomb. Fun.

  2. A walking tour of London, that sounds pretty cool. I’ve been trying to read “London” for ages but without a more tactile experience I find it quite hard going. Hope all is going well with you!

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