- October 20, 2016
- Posted by Claire Goldsworthy
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Bondi is one of Australia’s most popular coastal destinations, but its flamboyant local eateries are the real gems of the seaside setting. Amidst its white sands and famous Bondi Icebergs, the local bars, coffee shops and restaurants are the real reason why it’s a main-stay on any traveller’s map. If you only have 24 hours to spend in Bondi, spend it wisely and visit Porch and Parlour for breakfast.
With ocean views and a beach chic fit-out, Porch and Parlour is the perfect place to start the day. Perched on the hill at North Bondi, Porch and Parlour’s open layout offers sea breezes and a relaxed vibe, dotted with eclectic interior details, earthen tableware and native flower arrangements. It’s the kind of place where breakfast turns into brunch and brunch turns into lunch and cocktails, and it’s one of Bondi’s most popular – Johnathan Thurston and the North Queensland Cowboys were among the grazing crowd when I visited.
The Porch and Parlour breakfast menu is a wholesome one too, with vibrant dishes like millet and brown rice porridge, green breaky bowls, green pea pancakes, and freshly roasted Will and Co coffee always on hand. If you’re still recovering from the night before in Bondi, Porch and Parlour’s all-day menu will surely suffice, or if you’re looking for something different while you watch the sun set over Bondi Beach, the dinner menu revolves monthly.
The Fashion Advocate x