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Thursday 15 February 2024

Palm Beach gets a chic new eatery with water views

Palm Beach, one of Sydney's most spectacular waterfront suburbs, has a new eatery with great views.

The Barrenjoey Boatshed this week opened its doors for breakfast and lunch, seven days a week with dinner service on Fridays and Saturdays.

The venue offers guests a relaxed waterfront dining experience accompanied by spectacular views of the peninsula.

Accessible via seaplane, boat, or car, the elegant wooden waterfront venue and adopts the original name from when it opened in 1947.

“Hearing about the history of the building made us proud to rename it with the original title of "The Barrenjoey Boatshed, with a relaxed shortening to ‘The Joey’,” say founders Ben May and Rob Domjen of their wish to respect the Heritage-listed building and its history.

Beyond the restaurant, there is a spacious deck and waterfront jetty where guests can enjoy a casual bar service at ‘The Jetty Bar’.

The restaurant offers various menu options including à la carte or a set menu starting from $80 per head.

Starters include summer favourites such as Sydney rock oysters, tiger prawns on ice, and fresh cucumber-dill dressed kingfish crudo. Small plates designed for sharing with friends include pepita pumpkin hummus, stracciatella garnished with watermelon, mint, and heirloom tomatoes, as well as San Daniele prosciutto.

For mains, guests can choose from options including Scotch fillet drizzled in peppercorn and brandy sauce; tarragon butter market fFish, garlic butter lobster with frites and chilli garlic king crab pasta.

The bar team has a cocktail list, featuring highlights such as 'The Maritime Martini' featuring local vodka from Manly Spirits Co with sea botanicals foraged from the Northern Beaches adorned with sea grapes.

Reservations will be launching soon at

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