On the waterfront in Prince Edward Park, Cabarita, 25 minutes west from the CBD.DETAILS
A perfect destination for special occasions, this Federation style building on the shores of Sydney harbour is one of Sydney's best-kept secrets. Finished in a large wrap-around veranda, Angelo’s offers pristine views of the bay. The restaurant is child friendly and is the perfect spot for a family celebration. Sit back and enjoy your meal while the kids run around on the surrounding grass.PROFILED BY DE GROOTS MEDIA
The Angelos experience begins with the journey there. First the drive down Phillips Street in Cabarita, a luxuriously wide avenue dotted with fountains and pretty white townhouses. Parking is ample and free. Stroll through the greenery of Prince Edward Park and a homely looking restaurant appears between the trees. Two steps through the front door and you are greeted by the hospitable siblings who run Angelos on the Bay – Marie and Guy Piccin. Of Italian descent, these two have been operating Angelo’s for over 25 years .
Executive Chef Andrew Talese has also done his bit to keep the patrons regular with an innovative Modern Australian menu and seafood focus. Andrew has worked at the Victoria Rooms as well as many well-established city venues. But the real pull of Angelos is the setting, with water views on one side and park views on the other, one cannot help but relax into the surroundings and linger over the food and wine. Floor to ceiling windows make the most of the location, and a spacious veranda affords alfresco dining in fine weather. The ultimate function location, Angelos combines a warm neighbourhood restaurant with stunning Sydney surrounds and the result is a winner.FUNCTIONS
Angelos is great for corporate luncheons or dinners, receptions, birthday parties or anniversaries, with plenty of parking and four set menus or a party menu available for groups. Weddings at Angelo’s are magnificent with very reasonable packages available.