Location, location, location: Avalon on the Beach’s kiosk. Photo: SuppliedSydney restaurateurs continue to achieve what most house hunters can’t, elbowing their way into affordable real estate in prized locations.
Across the city, bowling clubs, boat sheds and former toilet blocks are being transformed into food and drink venues. The latest to go is the surf club at Avalon Beach, which in recent weeks added food alongside its lifesaver facilities.
Newly opened The Avalon on the Beach includes a first-floor casual restaurant and beach-level kiosk under head chef Athos Galassi.
Operator Trippas White, which recently transformed a storage shed at Queens Park into a cafe, argues it’s a win-win.
It creates a revenue stream to cover local services, and Sydneysiders can eat and drink in great locations.
Avalon on the Beach’s kiosk menu covers well-trodden burger and jaffle turf, along with mini prawn sliders, while the restaurant is a little more adventurous, with tuna sushi, wagyu bresaola and a blue eye dish served with clams, shimeji mushrooms and fennel.
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