“AUSTRALIA, AND PARTICULARLY MOLLYMOOK IS HOME TO US. I CONSIDER MYSELF PART ENGLISH AND PART AUSTRALIAN THESE DAYS, I’VE BEEN COMING HERE FOR SO MANY YEARS THAT I JUST SLIP BACK INTO AUSTRALIAN LIFE WHEN I GET OFF THE PLANE. ABOVE ALL, MOLLYMOOK JUST GIVES THIS FEELING OF TRANQUILLITY AND FRIENDLINESS.
THE IDEA OF FRESH SEAFOOD COOKED SIMPLY IS WHAT I HAVE ALWAYS GONE FOR. ULLADULLA IS ONE OF THE BIGGEST FISHING PORTS ON THE SOUTH COAST, SO TO HAVE BEAUTIFUL SEAFOOD NEARBY WITH THE AMAZING VIEWS DREW US HERE.
WHEN WE GO ON HOLIDAYS, WE WANT TO GO A PLACE WHERE WE KNOW WE WILL GET A LOT OF GOOD FOOD AND THAT’S WHAT IS REALLY GOOD ABOUT MOLLYMOOK.”
– SARAH AND RICK STEIN.
The iconic Rick Stein at Bannisters restaurant highlights incredible, fresh local seafood to produce unforgettable dishes bursting with flavour, prepared in Rick Stein’s beloved style.
Enhance the dining experience with the perfect wine pairing from our sommeliers thoughtful recommendations.
Perched high up on a breathtaking sweep of south coast headland, Rick Stein at Bannisters combines a relaxed restaurant vibe, sprawling ocean views and fresh seasonal ingredients to create a truly memorable dining experience.
Book online for groups of up to ten. For group bookings of 10 or more guests, or for information on group private dining, please email [email protected]
We’d love to help you celebrate your special occasions. Personalised dessert messages can be arranged, and gift vouchers are available for purchase.
We have a fully licensed bar with an extensive wine and cocktail list. Please note we do not accept BYO.
Credit card payments will incur a 1% service fee.
A 15% surcharge applies on Sunday’s and Public holidays
RICK STEIN Fresh seafood simply cooked
Rick Stein is a British chef, restaurateur, cookery book author and television presenter. He has written over 25 cookery books, a memoir and made over 30 programmes including 12 cookery series. In 2018 Rick was awarded a CBE for Services to the Economy. He has cooked for The Queen and Prince Philip, Tony Blair, Margaret Thatcher, French President, Jacques Chirac and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Rick divides his time between his businesses and homes with his wife, Sarah between Padstow, London and Australia.
Rick is best known for a love of fresh, simple seafood and made his name in the 90s with his earliest books and television series based on his life as chef. As he said at the time “nothing is more exhilarating than fresh fish simply cooked” – an ethos he has both lived and run his restaurants by.