8 / 10
Price Range: $26 – $48
Kellys Grill Review:
There was much to love about Kellys Grill. Sitting atop Bondi Junction Westfield, it boasts fantastic view of Sydney’s skyscrapers and Harbour Bridge. The design of the restaurant itself is very stylish and posh. The food is, of course, exceptional without the need to queue or wait. Although, It is always suggested to book in advance to avoid disappointment.
As a fine dining restaurant, they offered a full range of cuisine from entrees through desserts, although we usually skip the dessert part in favour of Max Brenner’s. For starters, you always get a fresh-from-the-oven bread. It was a little bit sweet and the size is adjusted to the number of people on the table. Very nice bread to start off the evening!
There are several entrees that you can choose from, including their Mixed Tasting Platter. This time, for entrees we ordered Snails and Lemon Pepper Mushrooms. It is not your average slimy-looking snails. They were out of the shell, baked in a creamy garlic sauce and mature parmesan cheese. The mushrooms were also nice with a hint of olive, lemon and lime.
They have an even greater number of choices for the main course. You can choose to have grill, chicken, seafood, light meals, or even vegetarian. However, as personal favourite, we always order their Lamb Ribs (regular size). It came in as three racks of lamb ribs basted with their African basting sauce, a side of chips and fried onion rings.
The other main course of the night was Pork Ribs. I would say that Kelly’s ribs were more edible than Hurricane’s in terms of their grilling style. Hurricane’s were normally half-burnt.
Did you know?
Bondi Junction is my personal favourite place to hang out. They have all range of stores that you can visit in two 6-story buildings. They always have 2-hour free parking and you can park for free after 6 PM.
Level 6, Westfield Shopping Centre, Bondi Junction, Sydney