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Thai Street Food, Now at the Lucky Bee on the Lower East Side
Aussie restaurateurs Rupert Noffs and Matty Bennett were the toast of New York City, so there was a bit of an adjustment when they recently swapped the Big Apple for Woy Woy.
The Aussie restaurateurs who transplanted their restaurant from the Big Apple to Woy Woy on NSW's central coast, have now buzzed their Lucky Bee restaurant concept into upmarket Hardys Bay.
From the bright lights of New York City to the sleepiness of Woy Woy Bay, Rupert Noffs and Matty Bennett are stirring the pot in a way they only can.
The nectar of Hardys Bay
The Lucky Bee restaurant at Woy Woy will close its rooftop doors this weekend, after opening the restaurant at another Central Coast location
Unapologetically kitsch, The Lucky Bee serves seriously delicious Southeast Asian street food in Hardys Bay, by renowned restaurateurs – and all-round cool guys – Rupert Noffs and Matty Bennett.
New York is nice … but Killcare is paradise. So say restaurateurs Rupert Noffs and Matty Bennett who, in 2018, brought their south-east Asian eatery The Lucky Bee from Manhattan’s lower east side to the NSW Central Coast.
Husband Restaurateurs Matty Bennett & Rupert Noffs on Love & The Lucky Bee
At the Boisterous Lucky Bee, the Swarms Are Justified
Former Fat Radish Sous Chef Matty Bennett Opens The Lucky Bee
THE LUCKY BEE
60 ARALUEN DRIVE, HARDYS BAY, NSW 2257
OPEN FOR DINNER:
WEDNESDAY TO SATURDAY NIGHT