Colourful delectable wholesome
The menu at Harry’s reads like one you’ll find at a health retreat. Chia, quinoa, fresh pressed juices and smoothies with matcha aplenty, we settle on a Golden latte with house-made almond milk, turmeric, ginger and honey.
Our Tuna Poke includes avocado chunks and soba noodles, in a slippy, slurpy miso, ginger and kombucha dressing. This dressing has kombucha? Well it’s scrumptious and I want to eat it all over again once I’m done scraping down the bowl.
Equally fetching is the house smoked salmon cured and dry aged, laid delicately on rustic white sourdough paired with radish salad. Down the fishy goodness with a revitalising Kombucha green tea, flavoured with jasmine, turmeric and ginger.
Now the Instagram famous Ricotta Hotcakes require 20 minutes from ordering until it arrives on your plate. Once it does, you can’t help but take a moment to admire the eye-catching garnishes: blueberries, double cream, lemon balm and maple. Add on some thick ribbons of crispy Bangalow free-range bacon. It’s indulgent alright. Of all the dishes, one look at these hotcakes on #sydneyfood and they’re instantly recognisable as those hotcakes from Harry’s.
Oh yes you’ll eat very very well here at Harry’s. Check out the photos below:
MsBrulee dined as guests of Harry’s Bondi. Opinions however are our own and independent.