The Beach House, Jindalee

The Beach House, Jindalee

Though it was an uncharacteristically overcast summer’s day, we headed for a drive up the coast. With all the new beach-side estates, comes many new ocean-view cafes and restaurants to enjoy – like The Beach House in Jindalee. Found at the Eden Beach Estate foreshore, the modern building is impressive. As we enter, we notice there’s an abundance of vibrant green indoor plants, as is the trend.

The Beach House, Jindalee

The Beach House is home to a large bar, high share tables, a more formal inside dining area with table service (and an ocean view) and a casual alfresco area.




We found a table in the alfresco area. It’s an open space, though sheltered from the gusty sea breeze, with it’s north facing position overlooking the park and kids’ playground (which our grandson loved). The menu offers share plates and many favourites – porterhouse steak, parmigiana, risotto, burgers, as well as some interesting dishes. Gluten free and vegetarian options are also available.

The Beach House, Jindalee

My daughter enjoyed a light pomegranate, spiced cauliflower and labne salad, ($18) with an option to add chicken for an additional ($5).

The Beach House, Jindalee

I loved the thick flakes of the golden beer battered fish – complete with rustic fries, plentiful fish, a dressed side salad, tartare sauce and a wedge of lemon.

The Beach House, Jindalee




Afterwards we took our grandson to the playground and had a wander around the park and to the beach. There’s plenty of BBQ facilities around, its a lovely spot for a picnic.

We were all pleased with our tasty lunch. I also found that service was friendly, engaging and efficient – a staff member even joked I had to pay $5 to take a photo! The Beach House in Jindalee sure is a picture perfect place for a meal.

The Beach House, Jindalee

 

The Beach House – The Details

Address: Eden Beach Foreshore Park, 100 Aurora Esplanade, Jindalee

Phone: 0460 824 824

Website: thebeachhouseperth.com.au 

Access: Disabled Parking, ramp and toilet.

Grandkids: Kids menus and highchairs are available. A large playground is found opposite.

Dogs: Are welcome in the alfresco area, dog bowls are available.

 

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About Stella B

Stella is loving retirement! Besides her loves of gardening, reading and painting, she adores spending time with her family and being out and about in Perth. Living in the Perth Hills, her time is often spent brunching with her husband at one of Kalamunda’s many cafes or enjoying a food platter over a glass of wine at a Bickley Valley winery.

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