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153 Rivington St. (Suffolk & Clinton Sts.) Send to Phone
Fish ‘n’ chips fresh from Down Under.
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Dinner nightly, Brunch Sat.-Sun.
Open late Fri.-Sun.

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Bondi Road Restaurant Review

: Surfers Paradise has relocated from Australia's East Coast to New York's Lower East Side---between Clinton and Suffolk Streets to be exact. The electric blue facade may be nameless but the wall-to-wall oversize pics of Oz's best known beach give the name away and emphasize the laid-back Aussie-style encouraged by the owners (also of The Sunburnt Cow). Under the projection TV showing surfers hanging ten, tall bench seating lines the wall opposite the bar (try the house special, “Beach Juice”). Of course, in addition to the surf shows, the real star here (showcased in a deli-style case) is the fresh fish flown in twice weekly from Down Under including barramundi, tarakihi and ocean trout---an ocean feast that can be served battered, breaded, grilled or sautéed to your liking with sides such as sweet chili relish or a sweet-potato medley. For die-hard carnivores, a good steak or roo (as in kangaroo) filet can also be found on the menu. The sweet New Zealand-style Pavlova will polish off your dinner.

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