About the restaurant
In the heart of one of Sydney’s most beloved strips of Greek and Mediterranean restaurants – The Grand Parade at Brighton-Le-Sands – Eurobay dish up one of the city’s most diverse and authentic European menus, with particular flair for Greek specialties and deliciously fresh seafood. The atmosphere is cosy and welcoming, with the decor suiting the sociable style of dining synonymous with European bistros and family restaurants. From cafe breakfasts to late-night meals (Eurobay’s kitchen is open until midnight), it’s hard to think of a safer bet than Eurobay for a memorable Mediterranean feast.
If you told someone you were gunna try squeeze a Parisian bistro, Italian cafe and Greek taverna into one venue, they might tell you you’re crazy. You could retort with an invitation to Eurobay to prove that it ain’t such a crazy thing. This do-it-all Sydney Mediterranean favourite in the heart of Brighton-Le-Sands’ buzzing cafe and restaurant strip, The Grand Parade, pump out an astonishingly vast European menu that ticks so many tantalising boxes it’s not even fair. Mezze plates, rustic pizza and pasta, big beefy breakfasts – whatever you’re hankering for, Eurobay have you covered! Just bear in mind that their prime venue by the beach is never quiet and bookings are essential.
Strut down The Grand Parade with a spring in your step after a Eurobay breakfast of Spanish baked eggs and chorizo, classic French omelette with truffled pecorino cheese, Greek strapatsada open-faced omelette, organic granola with caramelised banana or one of the very best eggs bennies you’ll find around Sydney’s southern beaches. Lunch and dinner here in Brighton-Le-Sands are even more special: amazing Italian pizzas, pastas, Greek ‘make your own’ pita boards, colourful healthy salads, snack & chat European small plates, juicy souvlaki, fancy cumin-crusted lamb rump, veal cutlet, whole baby snapper and Eurobay’s famous selection of burgers and fries with secret-recipe sauce!