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2021-08-03 Community & Lifestyle
Author: Connor Gibbons

7 places to eat near a Satterley Community

One of the most exciting aspects of moving into a new community is tracking down the local “hotspots”. And with many local restaurants and hospitality businesses feeling the brunt of COVID-19 in recent times, it’s important to show them some love and support.

Whether you’re a coffee connoisseur, fanatic foodie or just love a glass of red, we’ve got you covered.

Here we share our top 7 places to eat near our Satterley Communities.

  1. The Beach House, Jindalee, Eden Beach

In late 2019, The Beach House opened its doors to the picturesque suburb of Jindalee and has fast become a hotspot in Perth’s northern suburbs.

The spectacular, $3 million, 250 seat venue was built with a relaxed lifestyle in mind, constructed facing a pristine swimming beach that stretches over 1.5km and adjacent to the Eden Beach foreshore park and playground.

In November 2020, the venue won the Australian Hotels Association (WA) Contemporary Bar Menu Award with its grilled octopus with red pepper miso and hazelnut dish, one of two favourites alongside the Berkshire pork belly rib with tamarind jam and Thai eggplant.

The Beach House was also nationally shortlisted for Eat Drink Design Award’s Best Restaurant Design and the Australian Interior Design Awards, two highly prestigious industry honours.

2. Kwinana Local (The Admiral Hotel), 750m from Cassia

A ten-minute stroll from Cassia estate is the popular Kwinana Local – formally known as The Admiral Hotel. The smart, sprawling venue serves delicious bistro meals, with a patio and lounge bar providing the perfect setting for live bands and DJs.

Test your general knowledge in the weekly Wednesday quiz night or have your plate piled up for the hearty Sunday roast or hefty Tuesday night parmis.

Whether you’re after a good spot to watch live sport, have a yarn over the pool table, or sink your teeth into a steak sandwich, this place has you covered.

3. Marnong Estate, Mickleham, 3km from Botanical

Situated only 3 minutes from Botanical estate, 15 minutes from Melbourne airport and 35 minutes from Melbourne CBD, Marnong Estate has something for everyone.

From private dining in Bankvale Run Restaurant to beautiful cocktails at The Atrium & Terrace Bar to superb coffee at The Café, Marnong even offers boutique accommodation in their historic Homestead.

Enjoy a gourmet two or three course meal from Bankvale restaurant or take your pick from the seasonal menu with a few favourites including the Murray Cod, pumpkin pizza, and baked cheesecake.

4. The Hideout, Narangba, Ridgeview

Located just 5 minutes from Ridgeview estate is The Hideout, a farm-to-table kitchen that brings its community together over sustainable food and specialty coffee. The family-owned business offers the popular ‘harvest feast’, an evening of approachable fine dining with a bespoke three course menu.

Focused on supporting local Australian farmers, each course is curated by their talented chefs, highlighting the best produce the season has to offer. With inclusive BYO it’s the perfect way to catch up with close friends and see the face behind The Hideout in an intimate setting.

Open 7 days a week from 7am to 2pm the all-day breakfast meal has a variety of gluten free, vegetarian, and vegan options including the tomato chilli baked eggs in cast iron and spiced carrot cake porridge.

5. The Tides Café, San Remo, 3.9km from Seaside, 4.2km from Ocean Hill

Located under 4km from both Seaside estate and Ocean Hill estate is Tides Café, an 80-seat café boasting pristine beach views in the Mandurah Surf Lifesaving Club in San Remo, Mandurah.

Many locals’ Sunday morning ritual involves enjoying a meal here followed by a relaxing walk along the beach. One of those locals is Tides owner and soon to be Seaside resident, Michael Wells.

Pure white sand, a deep turquoise sea and warm sunlight are accompanied by a shaded patio terrace, superb coffee, and a menu filled with delicious food. It’s no wonder Tides Café hauls in all the plaudits.

6. Corner store espresso/Cup of Roses 5km from True North

Just a five-minute drive from True North estate is the corner store espresso also known as cup of roses. Specialising in brunch dishes influenced by middle eastern flavours, the spices and ingredients reflect the diversity of cultures in Roxburgh Park and its surrounds.

Known for its warm and opening ambiance, locals come for the superb coffee and stay for the service and reasonably priced food on offer. Specialty dishes include the fatty bowl, breakfast board and wild mushrooms.

7. The Boaties Bar & Grill at Yorkeys Knob Boating Club, 5km from Smithfield Village

Reservations are essential for a truly unique dining experience at Boaties Bar and Grill at Yorkeys Knob Boating Club. Located just 5km from Smithfield Village, Boaties boasts sensational views across Half Moon Bay Marina.

Choose to dine inside the stylish restaurant, which is fully airconditioned in the warmer months or dine a’ la carte outside on the premium deck.

Live music, $1 oysters and buckets of prawns are all on offer, though you must be quick as they go quickly. The steak burger and tomato chilli prawns are among the many local favourites, while many come just to enjoy a cocktail on the open deck.

For up-to-date operating hours and entry conditions please visit the respective establishments websites or contact them directly.

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