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There’s hardly a better way to soak up some sunkissed Mediterranean cuisine – with a firm focus on seafood – than at Atlantis On The Bay. This Lebanese restaurant in Sydney’s Brighton le Sands has been making developing its reputation for over twenty years, and with new, chic and high-ceilinged premises along The Grand Parade, the restaurant’s famous menu of mouthwatering food is now matched, appropriately enough, with stunning views out over the waters of Botany Bay. Upstairs diners can find a dancefloor to complement the main dining areas, making Atlantis On The Bay 150-capacity space the perfect place to host a private event as well as a destination for casual dining.
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Vast menu and very tasty, fresh food. Prices are reasonable. We look forward to returning to Atlantis on the Bay.
Great service, extremely generous food, clean and hygienic, great location, delicious food, reasonably priced. Overall fantastic experience.
Thank you for a lovely Sunday dinner - it was delicious
Though just recently a member of the crop of new restaurants strung along The Grand Boulevard in Brighton le Sands, Atlantis On The Bay is no stranger to refined Lebanese cuisine. Backed by over twenty years experience, this veteran restaurant has undergone a refurbishment, creating an upscale environment in which to sample some of Sydney’s most considered Mediterranean food. The new look of the restaurant has given the status of Atlantis On The Bay a big boost, making this a sought-after venue for birthdays, business events, functions and other special occasions – be sure to book ahead to beat the rush.
Botany Bay and Brighton le Sands residents have the business nous of Atlantis On The Bay’s head chef Yaacoub for bringing his well-tuned dishes to this corner of Sydney. With an impressive, stylish look, Atlantis is a fantastic restaurant packed with signature dishes that any serious fan of Lebanese and Mediterranean cuisine wouldn’t want to miss. In particular, the lamb sambousek, chicken mansaf, and the bold and generously-apportioned Atlantis mixed platter are major drawing cards for diners who are familiar with Atlantis’ superlative offering. If you’re not yet a regular, you’re bound to become one after your first booking.