The much awaited 'The Ambie' Beach Bar & Kitchen located on the Amberton Beach foreshore has opened allowing residents to enjoy superb beachside dining and refreshments with outstanding ocean views.
The menu is filled to the brim with local produce, share plates, tapas and your more substantial eats including Melt Beef cheeseburger, brisket sandwich and local mussels with fennel veloute and charred bread - all to be accompanied by an offering of local craft brews.
The family-friendly venue is located at 2 Idyllic View, Eglinton, trading hours are every day from 11am – late.
“It is exciting for Stockland residents to see the opening of The Amberton Beach Bar & Kitchen: the venue is in perfect harmony with its coastal setting and offers a glimpse of Amberton Beach’s relaxed, coastal vibe” Mr Dutton said.
“Stockland is thrilled TMG chose our Amberton Beach community for its latest venture. With a prime position right above the beach, we are sure it will be heavily supported by the locals of Eglinton and surrounding suburbs.”
The Amberton Beach Bar & Kitchen is the brainchild of John Dawkins of Tillbrook Melaleuka Group (TMG) – owner of other prosperous ventures including CY O’Connor Village Pub and Hybla Tavern.
Mr Dawkins is confident investing in the developing suburb of Eglinton will reap long-term benefits, with the uninterrupted views and direct beach access too good to pass up.
“When Stockland Amberton Beach became a possibility we jumped at it, as we may never again have such an opportunity in a prime location like this,” explained Mr Dawkins.
“Whilst our core business is to provide great food, beverage and service to our valued locals, we also have an opportunity to create some breathtaking sessions and events which could make Amberton Beach an iconic location.”
The seaside address has been aesthetically designed by Simon Paul of Mode Design. The fit-out has been influenced by the location, with indoor and outdoor seating options, a unique window system to utilise the Perth weather, and colour palettes inspired by weathered and burnt driftwood and windswept vegetation.
The Amberton Beach Bar & Kitchen can house up to 300 people and, with a primary focus on TMG group’s locally farmed Melt Beef, it is sure to become an institution for the local community and surrounds.