The Terrace By E'cco

Newstead

The Terrace by E’cco is a casual chic al fresco bar and eatery in Newstead’s Haven complex, next door to Chef’s-hatted restaurant E’cco Bistro.

Less formal than its older sibling E’cco, The Terrace offers relaxed dining and drinking with timber bench seating and tables filling a small, outdoor patio.

The Terrace by E’cco, Newstead

The mouth-watering menu consists of Southeast Asian inspired dishes designed for grazing and sharing. Small bites include chicken karaage milk buns, betel leaves with prawns, pomelo and coconut, and steamed bbq pork buns. Otherwise, there are raw oysters, massaman coconut beef curry and master stock pork ribs.

The Terrace by E’cco, Newstead

Settle in for a bite to eat and a tipple with beer on tap and bottled, an extensive wine list, top-shelf spirits, sake and cocktails; from espresso martinis and mojitos to Beijing bellinis and Happy Endings – a delicious concoction of gin, pampelle, pineapple and lemon.

The Terrace by E’cco, Newstead

*Opening hours correct at time of visiting in Nov 2018

By Deb Lidster

The Terrace by E’cco

4B/63 Skyring Tce

Newstead

Tue-Sat 12-9*

Sun 12-8*

3831 8461

Map

63 Skyring Tce Newstead

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