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Coogee Pavilion

169 Dolphin Street, COOGEE NSW 2034

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Restaurants - Coogee, NSW

Coogee Pavilion offers casual dining in a fun, beachside setting. From freshly shucked oysters and sashimi to wood-fired pizza and kids dishes, our menu is made for sharing.

Coogee Pavilion celebrates the good things in life – friendship, family, fun and food, all with a Coogee ocean view.

Coogee Pavilion's ground Floor is the ideal location for family get-togethers, coffee dates or catching up with friends, offering casual dining in a fun, beachside setting. From freshly shucked oysters and sashimi to wood-fired pizza and kids dishes, our menu is made for sharing. Our nostalgic games arena – complete with petanque, giant magnetic scrabble, ping pong and an in-house theatrette – ensures fun for all ages.

A fun and relaxed adults only social destination for the iconic beachside suburb, the Rooftop features four indoor and outdoor bars, a sweeping balcony boasting wraparound views of the Coogee shoreline and a mouth-watering Mediterranean menu.

Jordan Toft

Widely traveled and with a wealth of experience in Australia, Europe and the USA, Jordan Toft's career began in the kitchen of the Sydney Opera House in 1997. In 2000, Jordan joined fellow Merivale Chef Peter Doyle at his restaurant, Celsius, and two years later, Jordan assisted Peter Doyle in his takeover of Merivale's est. in Sydney. As Sous Chef, Jordan was instrumental in est. winning the Restaurant of the Year award in its first year of operation.

Inspired to travel, Jordan moved to Europe in 2006 where he ran a luxury chalet in the French Alps and later, was a personal chef to a businessman and his family, traveling between France, Italy and Spain. During his time in Europe, Jordan developed an increased appreciation for simple, fresh ingredients. Traveling extensively and living amongst a range of different food cultures provided him with invaluable experience.

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