Fajitas, empanadas, tacos. Brazilian food is an uncompromising mix of sharp, stark flavours and generous portions. At Bondi Rumba, it is this that is the star of the show – the big flavour that has made Brazilian food a popular choice in Sydney’s Bondi. Along Glenayr Avenue Bondi Rumba is synonymous with great food from South America, as well as great music, drinks and party nights; Bondi Rumba brings together everything that makes Brazil such a vibrant country for Sydney locals.
Great work out. Teacher was really nice and motivating. I did the 45 min workout - it was hard but so worth it - I would do it again!
Great Times, great food (respect for putting that that in such a tiny kitchen), good cocktails and a lot if fun! The Space is tiny but that totally didn't matter…
For fans of the spicy food that is at the centre of Brazilian cuisine’s popularity among Sydney locals, the only place to go in Bondi is Bondi Rumba on Glenayr Avenue. The food here is every bit as lively and generous as Brazil itself: bold flavours and big portions are the order of the day here. Find evergreen favourites like fajitas and empanadas sat comfortably alongside exotic delights like Columbian-style pizzas (Arepas Colombianas) for a gluten-free corn cake with spicy and mild toppings from across South America.
While the food at Glenayr Avenue’s Bondi Rumba is enough to get Sydney’s punters through the door, the kitchen isn’t the whole story here. In fact, most nights of the week there’s some kind of event to get guests up and on their feet (once they’ve finished eating of course). Bondi’s finest Brazilian restaurant is also home to local Latin musicians who get diners into the groove as the night closes in. Bondi Rumba is open Wednesday-Sunday between 5pm and 10pm, and a reservation is a must on busy nights with live music (especially Saturday and Sunday).