Plans for the food and beverage component of Sammut Group’s park development on the north side of Monro Park, Cronulla have been unveiled.
The “exciting, two-level, multi-faceted hospitality district”, known as the Pavillon du Parc, will include a bistro and café on the ground floor, a park-related takeaway offer , a bistro with terrace on the first floor and a cocktail bar, an Asian restaurant and private dining rooms.
It will be operated by Feros Group, which already owns Highfield Caringbah, The Prince Kirrawee and Taren Point Hotel, and has been chosen to manage new facilities at the redeveloped North Cronulla Surf Club.
Concerns about the unknown composition of Parc’s food and beverage component led to this element being removed from the commercial building’s Global Development Application (DA), which was approved in December 2021.
Opponents of the project called the hospitality area a “pub” and said it would harm Monro Park.
A DA for the food and drink area on the lower two levels was lodged with Sutherland Shire Council yesterday (Thursday), and Feros Group has issued a statement,
More details will be available when the DA documents are posted on the board’s website in the coming days.
Feros Group Director and CEO, Chris Feros, said: “Pavilion Park will be a sensational neighborhood for the local community – located at the entrance to Cronulla, overlooking beautiful Monro Park and along Cronulla Station.”
“We want this place to be for everyone. Whether you’re dining out, stopping after a day at the beach, enjoying our takeaway offer with the kids in the park, popping in for a quick meal after work, whether you’re having an afternoon drink with friends or Sunday lunch with family”.
“We understand the important role Monro Park plays in the local community and have carefully developed the park pavilion offering around its connection to the park and how it can be best enjoyed and enjoyed, while remaining sympathetic to its environment.”
Mr Feros said the venue would “revitalize the south end of the Cronulla Mall, providing a unique community experience that truly caters to a wide range of customers and budgets”.
“It’s a place for everyone,” he said.
Chief Operating Officer Simon Johnston said: “We are working closely with the Sammut Group to create a truly memorable experience that we know our customers and the wider community will embrace.
“The team works closely with H&E Architects and Innovate to deliver a beautiful and functional design that speaks to the region and its people.”
The construction of Parc should start in mid-2022.
Sammut Group Director Allen Sammut said: “We believe this venue will elevate the area and bring the southern end of Cronulla Shopping Center to life, becoming part of the local way of life and appealing to a wider Sydney audience. In the region”.
“Architecturally, this building was designed in symphony with the beauty of Monro Park with stunning arches, large open windows and hanging gardens to complement the park’s surroundings, while also being enjoyed as a whole entity in its own right. in several aspects.