Pittwater Life February 2017 Issue

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Dining Guide

Dining Guide

Royal Motor

Yacht Club

Salt Cove on Pittwater

46 Prince Alfred

Parade, Newport

OPENING HOURS

Breakfast Lunch & Dinner

Mon-Fri from 8.30am

Weekends from 8am

PRICE RANGE

Breakfast from $8-$18

Entrees from $9-$21

Mains from $16-$26

BOOKINGS 9997 5511

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RMYC’s restaurant Salt Cove on

Pittwater’s summer menu offers

affordable meals and generous

servings including a variety

of starters and share plates,

seafood, burgers, grills, salads,

desserts and woodfired pizza.

In February, Friday night

entertainment kicks off in the

Lounge Bar from 7.30pm.

Great acts appearing this

month include Gordon Hunt

(3rd), Keff McCullough (10th)

Marty Stewart (17th) and Geoff

Kendall (24th).

Sunday Sessions are

continuing in the Compass

Terrace and Garden Forecourt

from 2pm-5pm every Sunday

during Summer. Look out for

Rohan Cannon (5th), Eric Lewis

(12th), Grace Fuller (19th) and

Antoine (26th).

Trivia is held every Tuesday

night from 7.30pm (great

prizes and vouchers).

On Saturday February 14,

Bobby Bruce returns with his

uncanny Neil Diamond tribute

show. Tickets $30 or $35 nonmembers.

Coming in March... get out

your knee-high boots and sing

along to the great hits of the

1970s when ABBASBACK take

to the stage.

Bookings are essential for

all events.

Club social memberships are

available for just $160.

www.royalmotor.com.au

Ninja

6/11-13 Avalon Pde,

Avalon Beach

OPENING HOURS

Dinner Tues-Sun 6-10pm

Lunch Tues-Fri 11.30am-2.30pm

CUISINE

Japanese Restaurant

PRICE RANGE

Entrees $6.80-19.80

Main $16.80-36

Corkage $2.50pp

*Takeaway available

BOOKINGS 9918 9963

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Dine indoors or outside under

stylish new awnings, catching

the cool sea breeze at Ninja in

Avalon – it’s the perfect space

for a great dining experience

in authentic surrounds.

Ninja serves tantalising

Japanese dishes including fresh

sushi and sashimi, assorted

tempura, agedashi tofu and

char-grilled salmon teriyaki.

Owner/chef Hideaki

Serizawa is a qualified Japanese

chef, who graduated from Barrenjoey

High, and was trained

in popular restaurants in the

Akasaka district of Tokyo where

he learnt their secret recipes.

Recommended entrees

include the grilled premium

wagyu beef, and deep fried soft

shell crab with ponzu sauce.

Mains include Japanese-style

steak, California rolls, prawn

tempura and mixed sushi/sashimi

platter. Particularly popular

is the Grilled Hirimasa Kingfish,

chargrilled with your choice of

teriyaki or wasabi tartare sauce.

Ninja serves a mouthwatering

Agedashi tofu and

their Ninja Potatoes (deep fried

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sweet potatoes with soy-based

sweet syrup and black sesame)

are a true taste experience.

Also, for a local lunch on

the run, Ninja offer takeaway

specials Tues-Fri, 11.30am-3pm,

including Chicken Teriyaki with

rice ($6) and Vegetarian Spring

Rolls (3 for $4).

Ninja can accommodate up

to 40 guests in the main dining

room – it’s perfect for parties

or for those special family get

togethers.

www.ninjarestaurant.com.au

The Avalon

on the Beach

Avalon Beach, Avalon

OPENING HOURS

The Avalon on the Beach:

Tues-Fri – midday til late

Sat/Sun – 8am til late

Kiosk: Tues-Sun 7am-4pm

CUISINE

Modern Aust / Seafood

PRICE RANGE

Breakfast: $15-$23

Lunch & Dinner:

Starters $15-$28

Mains $22-$33

P: 1300 339 093

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Enjoy the last of summer at

The Avalon on the Beach,

so close to the sea you can

dip your toes in the sand!

Located on the upper level of

Avalon Beach Surf Life Saving

Club, this modern restaurant

space boasts stylish designs

and picturesque 180-degree

ocean views.

Their summer menu has

some exciting dishes and

enticing themes.

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FEBRUARY 2017

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