Low & Lofty’s Cronulla loft space location is a riot of American colour and glam, grandeur and kitsch, great food and gorgeous drinks – all designed for hijinks of the best possible kind. A family-friendly playground for grown-ups, you’re welcome to bring your more tolerant wee ones up the stairs to Low & Lofty’s Cronulla Street address for a dining experience unlike anything else you’ll find in the area. One of Sydney’s hottest new hangouts, this restaurant and bar invites you to stop in for a great time, amazing food and a fun atmosphere – make a booking in advance to secure a table!
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Good food. Good service. Friendly welcoming attitude. The dj was good too
Awesome place with awesome food, really nice staff as well
Colourful, inviting and modern, Low & Lofty’s offers locals a tropical getaway down Cronulla Street. Found in a loft space just above the Cronulla mall, just steps from the sea, this restaurant has become a popular destination among students, fashionable foodies and hip young families. Low & Lofty’s is also the perfect place to host a private event, whether it’s a birthday, wedding party or corporate function, so be sure to make an enquiry at this Sydney restaurant the next time you want to throw an unforgettable bash.
At Low & Lofty’s, the smoky slow-cookery of the Deep South meets Caribbean culinary culture (with a liberal sprinkling of other cuisines) in dishes like poutine fries with pulled beef brisket and Big Pappa’s housemade gravy, corn on the cob with Creole butter, spicy jerk chicken wings with a housemade ranch sauce and the curious fusion dish known here as ‘Sing Joy Bow’, a West Indian reworking of the Asian classic and Sydney fave san choy bow. As for liquid refreshment, Low & Lofty’s mixologist Alex Clarke (of Lobo Plantation and Eau de Vie) has whipped up a hurricane glass of daily cocktail creations alongside a big range of beer, wine and spirits. This Cronulla gem is set for greatness, so be sure to book ahead, stop by, and see for yourself what all the fuss is about.