Sealevel is as close as you can get to the ocean. The closest table is about five metres from the North Cronulla swells, and on stormy days the windows are sealed shut to protect diners from what...
Restaurants in Cronulla
Cronulla is home to Sydney’s longest and southernmost beach with 6 km of sand and stunning surf. The area’s original Aboriginal name of Gunnamatta – “beach and sandhills” – aptly describes what has become a surfers’ haven. As such, the restaurants and cafés here tend to have a laidback surfer vibe.
Crounlla’s identity is very much based on its location close to the sand and water, and this is reflected in the cafés and restaurants with many offering outdoor seating and views of the sea. Afterwards, enjoy a relaxing walk along Cronulla Beach.
Driven by its location, fresh produce and passionate and talented chefs who draw inspiration from the far reaches of the globe, the area has evolved a dining style all of its own.
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