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Cranky Fins





You may have noticed that Mexican Cantinas are popping up in Sydney at the same rapid rate Thai eateries appeared in our suburbs 10 to 15 years ago. I'm not complaining - I love Mexican food and have posted about it enough on here I could almost create a sister blog to Sunday Collector dedicated to guacamole and fajitas. I digress...

Cranky Fins Holidae Inn has opened it's shutters in Palm Beach...and if you're not local,  it's definitely worth the extra drive along the Northern Beaches. I'm talking Haloumi, Pork & Fish soft shell tacos with a chilled Corona or a margarita, all served in an open space - with a relaxed and friendly vibe. The eclectic range of paintings, props and signs hanging on (and off) the walls bring a colourful air of playfulness to the space which is a short walk to the beach (It actually feels like you are somewhere other than Sydney). We had a lovely lunch at Cranky Fins last weekend and we were impressed by the fit-out, the friendly staff...and the crunchy school prawns. Did I mention the chocolate peanut butter fudge ice-cream sundae? I didn't indulge as I was too full, but it looked so incredible at the table next to us...just another excuse for me to head there for a second time.

Take the girls, or take the kids - I'm pretty sure everyone will love Cranky Fins!
Cranky Fins 1 Beach Road, Palm Beach NSW 
Briar x

1 comment:

  1. Ooooohhhhhh. Now I'm dreaming of Mexican. Kellie xx

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