Some superb restaurants have opened recently in Manly, offering some new and interesting cuisine options for the locals and tourists alike.
Arthur’s Oysters and Seafood – you won’t find anywhere in Manly and surrounds that is similar to this newcomer! Serving sustainable seafood in a tapas style menu, and with daily selections of the finest oysters and a desert menu not to miss! Our favourites include the XO scallops, salmon pitas, and the smoked apple king fish, followed by the Chocolate Blossom for desert! Named after NSW’s first governor Arthur Phillips and owned by local Jason Wright (ex Kittyhawk), this restaurant on Pittwater Rd is relaxed and airy with beautiful high ceilings and décor resembling an upmarket diner.
Surburbia – Located in the heart of Manly, the Calfornian inspired menu of Surburbia brings something new and different to the locals of Manly. It has mix between a large variety of vegetarian dishes, along with fried chicken! The fried chicken is top quality and as spicy as you wish, and the vege plates and salads are tasty and filling. This casual and trendy venue, also has an extensive drinks menu, and is great option for a few weekends cocktails and share plates!
Sea Salt Society – This little beauty opened on Darley Rd, Manly not so long ago. Sea Salt Society’s aim is to offer their customers balance. The priority is serving food that is fresh and seasonal, everything is cooked from scratch, except the breads. The vast majority of dishes are gluten free and there are also dairy-free, gluten-free and vegan options, to suit all diets. They love healthy eating, but they know that life is also about enjoyment, so they do have some delicious sweet creations.
Brisket & Bike Co.– This southern style BBQ restaurant lives at Sydney Rd, Fairlight. It’s open for dinner and takeaway on Wednesday to Saturday nights, make sure get in quick as they can sell out early! The menu is limited but extremely satisfying, and includes beef brisket and pork (12 hrs slow cooked), with sides of beans, corns, mac and cheese and slaw. With fancy bikes parked in the display windows, keep an eye out for this cool little newcomer as you drive down Sydney Road!