On a beautiful, clear blue sky day there is nothing better than relaxing on the ferry over the Manly and stopping by Hugos for a bite to eat. Hugos is located right on the wharf so you are literally almost at the doorstep from the minute you walk off the ferry. The seating is designed to attract customers to sit and enjoy their meal while taking in all the activities and colourful characters happening around you, which in turn provides a chilled out and welcoming atmosphere.The staff, food and location are all beautiful and I can't think of a better spot to sit back, enjoy a pizza and a few drinks with your other half, extended family or friends.
Great views, great atmosphere, food is really nice as well, little over priced though. From my experiences they are quite busy almost every night and can get pretty noisy. All in all a top place to go!
Omg... Had probably the best salad ever at Hugo's manly, it was the fig, buffalo mozzarella, rocket and prosciutto salad with apple balsamic, so good! For a main I had the pork belly pizza and boyf had meatball pizza, there is definitely a reason why they win pizza and cocktail competitions all the time... They now their stuff, good job.
I enjoyed a Monday birthday lunch here. A thawing sunny afternoon on the shortest day of the year confirmed Hugos to be a good choice as it faces west. Yes, the view is peaceful, yes the staff are pleasant and attentive but be warned for a girls day out you won't have any funds left for dinner. I would definitely recommend anything in season from the extensive menu.
Hugo's Manly is a great place to organise a boozy lunch with friends. An easy and beautiful ferry ride from Circular Quay brings you almost directly to the restaurant. Prime position at Manly Wharf with beautiful views across the harbour, the layout is simple and sleek with plenty of outdoor and indoor seating. The food and drinks are the same deal as Hugo's Kings Cross, with a comprehensive cocktail and drinks menu. I kick-start my afternoon with one of their exceptional espresso martinis. For food, the famous Hugo's pizzas are the obvious choice. The prawn and pumpkin pizzas are my favourites. Hands down. They even do gluten-free pizzas if required. The atmosphere is buzzing with herds of glamorous people enjoying the afternoon breeze. The highlight, however is the sunset. It is absolutely sensational. A very special Sydney experience.
I took my parents (who live interstate) to Hugos Manly for lunch over the weekend. They absolutely loved it.
We had three pizzas to share the pumpkin - roasted pumpkin, zucchini, sweet & sour onions, gorgonzola & pine nuts, the pineapple - caramelised pineapple, leg ham, Roma tomatoes, mozzarella & parsley and the prosciutto - sliced prosciutto, rocket, tomato, Parmesan & balsamic dressing. All equally delicious.
Their service was outstanding. Even though the restaurant was busy, we were greeted and seated almost immediately. Shortly after we were given menus and ordered a bottle of wine. The wine was bought out within minutes and we were able to order our meals from the same waitress. We were not told that someone else does that, like you are so often these days. The food was delivered within 15 minutes and was just divine.
We took the ferry to circular quay one of the most relaxing ways to get to lunch. A great experience all round.
I absolutely love this place! The bar tenders are very friendly as well as the other staff and hosts, the food is outstanding! I love their pizzas, I'm addicted and can't wait to go back! A little pricey for me but definitely worth it!
Enjoyable local restaurant outside of school holidays or weekends. Great pizza's and the tasting plate is awesome. beautiful wine list and the view is of course exceptional. Just dont try it for the first time on a weekend - or you'll never want to go back.
Watch your ship come in or at least a ferry at part two of the Evans brothers’ Sydney pizza empire. For us, Manly has the edge on the Kings X restaurant. The pizzas served on wooden slabs taste just that little bit better with a dose of salty sea air. While you can have delicious pan-fried prawns or some seriously good spanner crab spaghetti, we say pizza, pizza, pizza! Light with woodfired crispiness, the highlights are the Spinaci with spinach, semi-dried tomato, olives, feta and chilli, and pumpkin, topped with roasted pumpkin, zucchini, sweet and sour onions, gorgonzola and pine nuts. The wine list is long and lush, so leave the car and take a ferry ride home on arguably Sydney’s best sea route.