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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : July 9 2008
INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, July 10, 2008 33 TOP NOSH www.innerwestweekly.com.au Keeping the winter blues at bay NAME: Angelo's on the Bay WHERE: Prince Edward Park, Cabarita OPEN: Lunch, Tuesday to Sunday, from noon. Dinner, Tuesday to Saturday, from 6pm. Phone: 9743 2225 PROFILE: Jessica Campion The crispy-skinned kingfish is perfect winter fare. Pictures: ALEX WISSER Georgia Harley serves up a treat at Angelo's on the Bay. IF you're ever wondering what to do on a rainy day, a long lunch at Angelo's by Cabarita Bay is just the thing. Four tables of happy diners already had this worked out when we arrived at the waterfront restaurant. And, judging by their happy, wine-flushed faces and the appetising aromas, I knew we were in for a treat. The restaurant is warm and inviting, and the panoramic water view makes the restaurant even more pleasurable. With the option of alfresco dining, I can imagine the restaurant would be just the thing on a hot summer's day too. Guy Piccin and his sister Marie have owned the restaurant for 23 years and say it's popular with all customers. ''Locals are pretty prominent, but the (clientele) is widespread,'' Piccin said. ''We also do a lot of functions on the weekends for christenings and weddings, and cocktail parties outside in the summer are just perfect.'' Angelo's exciting menu of modern Australian cuisine makes selecting dishes very difficult. We decided on some seafood starters and were not disappointed. The smoked salmon with guacomale, pinenut wafer and dukkah ($24) is a cool, light, tasty combination which would be perfect in summer. The tempura prawns, scallops and vegetables ($24) is a tangy and exotic alternative to fish and chips and, with a squeeze of lemon, is positively scrumptious. The main meals dissipated any trace of envy we had for the owners of the boats bobbing on the bay. The crispy-skinned kingfish ($31) is served atop a warm, festive mix of mediterranean vegetables. The roast organic chicken breast ($28), with a crispy crumble of cumin crust and creamy potato, is the perfect winter comfort dish. Chef Suna Kay says she changes the menu every couple of months to keep the food exciting and fresh. Angelo's on the Bay also features an extensive wine list with a range of imported and Australian varieties. The restaurant sets aside Sunday nights for functions. 2332929K 175 First Avenue Five Dock P: 9712 7391 M: 0402 968 475 E: firstname.lastname@example.org Five Dock Tandoori House Delicious Authentic INDIAN CUISINE made from herbs and spices ground on premises Special functions and out door catering available BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL 2005359k Present this coupon and receive 20% off your total bill. (Tuesdays & Wednesdays only) Valid until 31/8/2008 GIFT VOUCHER AVAILABLE NOW 2042501K unique cuisine on the bay Prince Edward Park, Phillips Street, Cabarita 9743 2225 www.angelosonthebay.com.au Superbly located, Angelo's on the Bay boasts a selection of innovative and contemporary seafood cuisine prepared by Chef Suna McKay. A visit to Angelo's promises to be very memorable. LUNCH: Tuesday - Sunday DINNER: Tuesday - Saturday Bookings essential. 2036035K
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