Restaurants - Clareville, NSW
Clareville Kiosk offers a light, airy, cottage environment adjacent to Clareville Beach. The building is set amongst an established garden including a magnificent frangipani tree.
Clareville Kiosk has been awarded three chef hats in the new Gault & Millau guide. Also we have been awarded one chefs hat in the Sydney Morning Herald 2015 Good Food Guide. We are proud to have been awarded this accolade for the third year in a row.
2012 Savour Australia™ Restaurant & Catering HOSTPLUS Awards for Excellence Sydney & Surrounds - Clareville Kiosk was awarded 'Best New Restaurant - Suburbs'
The restaurant is fully licensed with seating for 40 people. Tables may be configured in a number of different ways to cater for both intimate dining and a variety of other functions.
Clareville Kiosk opened as a restaurant in 1983 with Annie Palmentier & Brian Sudek at the helm. It immediately developed a reputation for "exceptional, simple, fresh, delicious, no-nonsense food." (Leo Schofield 1987).
Over the past 25 years it has become an icon on the Northern beaches for fine dining. While being tucked away at Clareville Beach behind a frangipani tree, it has maintained a reputation for excellence amidst a cosy, intimate, relaxed setting.
The restaurant has been featured in the SMH Good Food Guide since the first edition and has been listed in the 2010 25 year "stayers list"