Parkside Bar and Kitchen

Positioned at the entrance to the NRMA St Helens Waterfront Holiday park, Parkside Bar and Kitchen is an architecturally designed restaurant, bar and Providore.
Offering indoor and alfresco dining options, the restaurant caters for locals, visitors to St Helens and the east coast as well as guests of the Waterfront Holiday Park. Open seven days a week from 9am until late, Parkside Bar and Kitchen serves freshly made coffee, cakes and sweets across the day and is open for lunch and dinner. Takeaway pizzas are also available for guests and the general public.
Parkside Bar and Kitchen sources fresh and local seafood as well as Tasmanian meats and products as items of preference, creating a menu which caters for the discerning diner and the well-travelled.
Encompassing the restaurant, the covered alfresco seating area is available year-round regardless of the weather. A combination of seating ensures the view from the restaurant remains uninterrupted and provides diners with an outdoor alternative.
Seasonal produce, a variety of dining options, exceptionally friendly, knowledgeable and attentive staff combined with spectacular views of Georges Bay with rolling hills in the distance, make dining at Parkside Bar and Kitchen a truly unique and memorable experience.

Contact Details

8 Saint Helens Point Road
St Helens, 7216

6376 2332
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