What better place to enjoy a smorgasbord of classic Australian favourites prepared with Asian culinary techniques in mind than along Geelong’s Waterfront? The area, with its stunning views out over the water and peaceful, pedestrian-friendly access, has experienced a boom of late, and leading the charge when it comes to exciting fusion cuisine is none other than Bay View Bar & Grill. Found down Eastern Beach Road right across from Steampacket Gardens, this is one restaurant that’s taking the town by storm. Book now to get in on the action.
A waterfront spot with a casual, bistro vibe, Bay View Bar & Grill is ideal for a family outing, an intimate dinner date, or even a sun-kissed celebration. The restaurant serves a cornucopia of burgers, noodle soups, hearty mains, as well as rice and pasta dishes directly on Eastern Beach Road close to attractions such as Geelong Pier, the Royal Geelong Yachting Club, Deakin University and National Wool Museum.
With great fusion food and a beautiful setting that’s hard to beat, it’s easy to imagine being on a vacation in the Mediterranean at Bay View Bar & Grill. The menu features a wide range of entrees to start off your meal on the right foot, with shareable appetisers like chicken spring rolls served with sweet chilli sauce, salt & pepper squid, grilled chorizo sausage, as well as soups and breads to whet your appetite. For your main course, go for the chicken parmy – a crumbed chicken breast fillet topped with Napoli sauce, ham, pineapple, and melted cheese; or dive into the grilled barramundi cooked with mixed herbs and white wine. You don’t want to miss out on the unique blend of Asian and western flavours at Bay View Bar & Grill, so reserve now and save your seats at this one-of-a-kind-restaurant by the waterfront.
Hello..I'm going to review the place we had lunch at yesterday. SoSmall cosy restaurant positioned in a great location across from the waterfront. Extensive menu to cater for everyone at reasonable prices. We were a group of 6, all were happy with our drinks (coffee, tea, mocktails) and four of us were happy with our generous sized meals (parma, veg breakfast, salad and steak). Two had the noodle hotpot, both were with the extra hot base. Disappointingly, the hotpot was tasteless and bland, despite efforts to add flavour and hotness with pepper, chilli flakes and Tabasco sauce. The staff were friendly and attentive. Although the hotpot was a let down, we'd give it another go.
The food was good - we had the porterhouse which was nicely cooked with a good sauce and the pasta marinara rosa which was very good but could have been hotter. The prices are very reasinable. The location is great..