Located on the Northern Beaches of Sydney, Beach House Avalon launched earlier this month to provide Sydney-siders with a fresh modern intake on a Hawaiian and Japanese fusion.

Formerly as Avalon on the Beach, the new and much improved restaurant has officially opened its doors again for lunch, drinks and dinner seven days a week.

It’s more than a typical restaurant on a beachfront.

Celebrating Hawaiian and Japanese beach flavours, Beach House incases a clean-cut yet tropical interior that’s mirrored through their menu.

Beach House Avalon is perfect for a hot summers day. Their intricate Prawn Sliders are sizzling with a mix of mouthwatering bacon, potato, corn and a feisty jalapeno served with black pepper dressing ($14).

Prawn Sliders. Image Supplied.

Coinciding with the swimmingly fusion of Hawaiian and Japanese cuisine, Beach House provides a range of fun cocktails, craft beers and organic wines.

For those who can handle the heat, we’d recommend to pair meals with Release the Kraken cocktail. With house made ginger syrup, fresh lime, ginger beer and sinister Kraken Spiced Rum ($16).

The venue is designed to be the perfect fit for every patron. Friends, families or simply coffee lovers, you’re covered.

Beach Hut Kiosk serves a superb coffee with a satisfying breakfast on weekends to bury that hangover.

Manager, Alisha Yee with her extensive experience at Mr Wong teamed up with Local Chef, Nacho Hutardo to focus on local produce. Particularly concentrating on fresh local seafood, Beach House Avalon was designed to provide Sydney-siders with an all round buzzing experience.

Overlooking one of Sydney’s most beautiful beaches, patrons are also wowed by the pods of dolphins and whales swimming by.

“The best view in town.”

Beach House Avalon
1300 339 093
558 Barrenjoey Road, Avalon Beach
Mon – Sun, 7am – 9pm
Beach House Avalon