Icebergs Is Back

The premium beachside diner confirms its return – with a planned party and ‘greatest hits’ menu.

By Terry Christodoulou 29/05/2020

Icebergs Dining Room and Bar is back – and to celebrate the return of the iconic Bondi Beach venue, owner Maurice Terzini is doing what he does best with a solid foodie shindig.

To run for a week from August 1 – book now to secure seat – Icebergs will plate up ‘It doesn’t taste like this at home’, a celebratory and unique menu boasting not only its return to usual trade but a showcase of some of the restaurant’s most memorable dishes from across the years:

Drink on Arrival

Sonoma Bread, Alto Olive Oil & Olsson’s Salt

Icebergs Beef Tartare, Mixed Tableside

Koshihikari Risotto, Blue Swimmer Crab, Orange & Espelette

Choice of:

Pan Roasted Blue Eye Trevalla, Black Garlic, Radish & Lovage
or Icebergs Signature Salt Crusted, Boneless Rib Eye (+60 supplement)
Served with Porcini Truffle Mustard & Tableside Condiments

Heirloom Tomato Carpaccio, Lemon Myrtle & Verjus Jelly
Terzini Salad

Icebergs Pavlova, Malfroy Honey, Mandarin & Burraduc Buffalo Milk

Says Terzini: “One thing no one has been able to recreate is the social energy of the environment and engagement that exists within restaurants, bars, clubs and cafes, no matter how hard we try, ‘it doesn’t taste like this at home’.”

Head chef Alex Prichard is back on the burners and with head sommelier Gabrielle Webster pairing the wines. Views supplied by mother nature.

The set menu is priced at $240pp;


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