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Beautiful Bronte Beach

By Samantha Krimotat

The Beautiful Bronte Beach is certainly well known to the world, being one of the most picturesque seaside neighbourhoods on offer to Sydney siders and nearby tourists. Often known for its breathtaking sunrises and linking coastal path, this highly sort after location is no shortage of award winning eateries, as well as showcasing some of Sydney’s best coffee. Bronte beach is a location not to be missed!

Here are RWDBs top picks for Bronte Beach:

1. Moxhe restaurant: Passion for Aussie seafood;
The menu: Designed by David Coumont and wife Helen, their passion for wine come together in a gastronomic feast. A world class French chef is making the most exquisite dishes.”

Certainly not to be missed this spring.


2.Three Blue Ducks: If it’s Incredible food, relaxed atmosphere and great service that you are after, this cafe is just for you. Owned by Bronte locals Sam, Chris and Mark, Three Blue Ducks was envisioned and rebuilt by the trio themselves.  Built from the ground up and using the best local produce to create unique and fresh dishes daily – Highlighting fresh Ingredients used straight from the kitchens onsite  garden. The bar stocks quality boutique beers, ciders and of course wine. Not to forget their unforgettable coffee and baristas.


3.Eugene’s: Simple unpretentious and incredible quality. Eugene’s avoid food fads, their philosophy is simple; Eat real, unprocessed food and mostly plants. All which is of the best seasonal quality.
“ Eugene’s is excellent, Amazing food, consistent and high-quality. Not to mention their great interior and infectious atmosphere.”

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