Restaurant Guide

Una Más

The menu spotlights Spanish-accented hits from Gildas, patatas bravas and croquetas through to a Basque cheesecake that rules them all.
Address
Coogee Pavilion, 130a Beach St, Coogee

REVIEW

Space may not be the strong suit at Una Más, but every inch of this often packed Catalonia-meets-Hamptons room is cleverly designed to ensure there isn’t a dud seat in the house. (Just aim to face the vast arched windows with sweeping beach views.) The menu spotlights Spanish-accented hits from Gildas, patatas bravas and croquetas through to a Basque cheesecake that rules them all. Perhaps the biggest star is a dish of marinated octopus, licked by flames and tender as all get-out, served with a long-fermented habanero sauce. It’s emblematic of the broader experience here – an exercise in simple, breezy and beautiful things done with abundant thought and care. That thinking extends to the wine list, too – a savvy, engaging one-pager of mostly natural drops from our own backyard and around the Med. While Mimi’s, the elegant fine-diner across the hall, is undoubtedly excellent, this is the one that keeps you coming back.

ABOUT

Una Más

Coogee Pavilion, 130a Beach St, Coogee

(02) 9114 7383

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Chef Jordan Toft

Price guide $$

Bookings Recommended

Wheelchair access Yes

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Una Más
Coogee Pavilion, 130a Beach St, Coogee
Chef(s)
Jordan Toft
Price Guide
$$
Bookings
Recommended
Wheelchair Access
Yes

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