One of Sydney's coolest drinking and dining establishments, Miss Marley's embodies everything that is great about Manly - exceptional food and the finest cocktails delivered in a friendly and casual environment.
As you slide through the sheer curtains at the entrance, you'll feel as though you've been transported back to the '50's - when style and sophistication reigned supreme. The retro backdrop and candle-lit tables provide an ambiance like nowhere else in Manly, and a read through the menu is sure to get your taste buds tingling.
Menu executed by Head Chef Paul Del Altura and the discernable tastes of owner Kieran Bailey, the menu is a concoction of traditional Pan American flavours mixed with some modern flair. Featuring classic Central & South American dishes, as well as influences from Cuba and the Caribbean, it may take you a while to decide which dish to choose!
Luckily, the extensive cocktail and wine menus are on hand to tide you over. Having been created with the same influences in mind, you are sure to find the perfect drink to accompany your ...read more
Another great local hole. I have ventured in here twice over the last weeks and not been diasppointed. Their tasting plates are delicous Argentinian tapas....the empanadas are a winner!!! It is difficult to choose as all quite mouth watering. And if you like a cocktail the Rattlesnake is unmissable, though a little pricey at $20
Tiniest restaurant that develops amazing food! I used a voucher that I purchased from Spreets and received a 5 course degustation with cocktails. The cocktails are to die for! This place is very intimate and is a great place to come here while on a date. Would recommend this place to anyone! Staff are very welcoming also.
I'd been waiting to go here for a long time after hearing so much about it. Perhaps it was simply a case of it being overhyped, but I wasn't blown away.
There are so many great smallbars in Sydney now that dish up good quality finger food mixed up with some of the best cocktails on the planet. I was hoping Miss Marley's would take on that model, which they do to some extent, but its more "restaurant" than bar.read more