Bondi’s best whole food eateries


There’s a thriving whole food scene in Sydney’s famous Bondi beach.  There are more healthy cafes than I can keep count of priding themselves on local, ethically sourced, organic whole foods.  I’m not ashamed to say I’ve eaten my way through most of them.  So I figured it was high time I share  my favourites with you, in no particular order…



screen-shot-2016-09-08-at-2-51-51-pmOrchard Street  is my favourite pitstop for a cleansing or healing elixir or decadent raw dessert.  They have an impressive array of cold pressed juices, smoothies and elixir bar.  You choose your (plant based) mylk, your remedy, your flavour and whether you want it served hot or cold.  They’ve got yummy salad bowls and breakfast pots you can take away too.
OMG hot picks: Turmeric bark, raw carrot cake and immunity remedy with turmeric and hot cashew milk (can you tell I love turmeric?!).
2 Brighton Boulevard.


screen-shot-2016-09-08-at-2-41-11-pmBondi Wholefoods 
Part cafe part health food store, there’s a very good reason Bondi Wholefoods is always busy at breakfast time.  With a menu full of delicious healthy options, breakfast is the best meal of the day at Bondi Wholefoods.
OMG hot picks: Their famous Paleo bread with olives, capsicum and zucchini.  Shakshuka is the ideal dish to dip it into.
30A Hastings Parade


Porch and Parlour
If you want to pull up a spot at Porch for weekend brunch you better get there early, or be prepared to queue.  This is another local breaky favourite.  With beach views it’s also a great spot for sundowners and tasting plates from Wednesday to Sunday. 
OMG hot pick:
Green Pea pancakes with avo rocket and poached egg.
17-18/110 Ramsgate Avenue


Zeitgeist strawberry sponge. Image:

Zeitgeist strawberry sponge. Image:

Zeitgeist Mylk Bar
Grace and Jo, the gorgeous couple behind Bondi Coffee and vegan catering service Zeitgeist cuisine sure know how to get taste buds watering with plant based cuisine.  Their newest venture in the backstreets of North Bondi is one not to be missed by those in need of a sweet treat, with a tantalising selection of raw desserts, baked goods (i.e. doughnuts) and milk shakes made with their famous home made almond and macadamia milks.
OMG hot picks: Raw znickers bar or red velvet milk shake.
43 Gould Street Bondi Beach



North Bondi Fish
While not strictly a whole food menu,  you can’t go wrong with breakfast or lunch at Matt Moran’s famous North Bondi Fish, with fresh seafood and uninterrupted views of the beach.  It’s great for a group meal with a set course menu  available with generous serving sizes.
OMG hot pick: the roasted king prawns are probably the best I’ve ever had.
120 Ramsgate Avenue



Sadhana Kitchen
One of Sydney’s most renown raw food eateries, Sadhana Kitchen in Bondi is a beautiful bright space not far from the beach. With a focus on eating the colours of the rainbow the food here will make your eyes pop.  They do a 7 course degustation on Friday nights.
OMG hot pick: The Bondi bowl – with miso roasted pumpkin, quinoa, macadamia feta, sauerkraut, shaved carrots and beets on a bed of greens with spicy sesame dressing. (Note – menu is seasonal).
132 Warners Avenue



screen-shot-2016-09-09-at-10-19-44-amBondi Farmer’s Markets
Bondi’s famous farmers markets are held every Saturday and are not to be missed if you happen to be there on a weekend.  It’s a whole food lovers dream with smoothie stands, raw desserts, cold pressed juices, hot food and local produce.
OMG hot pick: the longest queue is always at the Fritter House stand.  Think gluten free corn fritters with your choice of a delicious range of relishes / aioli and sides like bacon, mushies, eggplant and  haloumi.
Bondi Beach Public School, Campbell Parade. 

Earth Food Store
In the heart of Bondi Beach, off Hall Street, this organic grocery store and cafe is a great place to stock up the fridge or have a casual meal, with a daily rotating seasonal menu, juice and smoothie bar and communal tables where you can sit and chat to the locals.
OMG Hot Pick: EFS omelette – egg and coconut milk folded omelette with a touch of turmeric, filled with crispy vegetables, topped with fresh coriander, mint and zesty lime, ginger and sesame dressing.
81A Gould Street


Bondi Beach

screen-shot-2016-09-08-at-2-47-59-pmHealth Emporium
Home to the best smoothie bar in Bondi, and my regular pitstop for a take away cup of the famous Star Anise chicken bone broth (from Soula’s kitchen around the corner in Bronte). You can stock up on all your health food needs, and order yummy take away food and raw desserts too.
OMG Hot Picks:  Green goddess smoothie, chicken bone broth, smashed avo / banana on sprouted bread.
263-265 Bondi Road




Earth to Table85 Bronte Road.
Hands down the best place for an epic raw dessert feast. There’s also a vegan breakfast and lunch menu, smoothies elixirs.
OMG hot pick: It’s a sin to go to Earth to Table and not have a raw dessert – the menu rotates daily.


screen-shot-2016-09-09-at-10-17-46-amHenley’s Wholefoods 
This little hidden hot spot is worth travelling out of your way for, with super friendly staff and a menu to boot.
OMG hot pick: Pumpkin and hazelnut meal loaf, zucchini ribbons, smoked salmon and coconut yoghurt dressing. They do a mean raw bounty bar too.
9/310-330 Oxford Street.



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Zara is a healthy home coach and keynote speaker on a mission to empower 1 million people to takes steps towards a healthier home. Zara learned about the link between our homes and our health after going through two different types of cancer. Zara is passionate about shining the spotlight on what she believes to be the least understood health challenges of our time, and sharing the things she wishes she had known, that could have prevented the illnesses she has been through. Recognised as one of Australia’s leading health influencers, Zara was a finalist in the 2014 Bupa Health Influencer of the Year Awards. She has appeared on TEN News, Today Show and The Project, been featured in the Herald Sun, I Quit Sugar, and contributed Medibank’s Be. Magazine and Fairfax health online publications. Zara contributed to the National Breast Cancer Foundation’s first comprehensive report on breast cancer in young women in Australia.

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