BILLS BONDI
Sydney, New South Wales

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He’s opened restaurants in Japan and the UK and finally, household name Bill Granger has opened in his own neighbourhood at Bondi. Bill’s famous ricotta hotcakes and corn fritters will, of course, be on the menu, alongside chilled tea smoked trout and green tea noodles. Even with 100 seats, expect to wait for a table.
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General info

Address:

79 Hall Street
Bondi Beach NSW 2026

Suburb:

Bondi Beach

Contact:

Cuisine:

Modern Australian, Vegetarian available

Price Range:

$$$$ ~ $$$$

License:

Fully Licensed (no BYO)

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DETAILS

Breakfast and lunch bookings taken Mon to Fri for tables of eight or more. Dinner bookings available between 5pm - 7pm.

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If there was one chef synonymous with breakfast, it would be Bill Granger. The born Sydneysider opened his first restaurant in Darlinghurst (which still remains) at just 24 years of age. Today, his famous ricotta hotcakes can be found not only in Australia but across the globe, with Bills restaurants in the UK, Japan, Korea and Hawaii.

Given the paleo diet du jour, breakfast items such as the almond milk chia pots with coconut yoghurt and an egg white omelette with prawn and spiced salsa rosso have meant that Bills has been welcomed into the Bondi family. While Granger’s sweet corn fritters and toasted coconut bread will still appease instagram-addicts, it is his target marketed menu that has meant that any time of day, Bills’ 100+ seats are filled with both locals and visitors.

He may have built his career as the breakfast king, but the lunch menu is where his talent shines. Dishes such as tahini baked kale chips and a braised beef shin mole with cauliflower rice, are equally appealing to Stone Age dieters as the general public. The tofu yellow curry with brown rice is tastier than it sounds, with crunchy cauliflower fritters and a fresh coconut and apple chutney. For those not devoted to eating like our ancestors, there’s also 21st century dishes such as crisp pork belly stuffed into a sweet brioche roll with chilli jam and a bowl of fried brown rice topped with prawn, chorizo and house kim chee.

While the Surry Hills and Darlinghurst cafes remain, Woollahra’s loss was Bondi’s gain. All that’s missing is a bone broth beverage to sit beside the almond lattes.
Anna Lisle

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Features

All day dining
Breakfast
Brunch
Outdoor Dining
Suitable for Families with children
Suitable for Groups of 10
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