In an ochre- and plum-toned dining room, the changing menu at this innovative restaurant utilises native Aussie fauna (such as croc with native pepper, or roo with quandong-chilli glaze) and flora (wattle-seed damper loaf with peanut oil and native dukka; lemon-myrtle panacotta). If you can't decide, try a tasting plate, or go all-out with a six-course tasting menu.
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Fine-dining affair especially renowned for its seafood platters ($54 to $90 per person). The priciest include succulent mud crab.
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Fish and chips just got a whole lot classier at this sassy
seafood eatery. Think wasabi oysters; or crispy fried mud crab with sticky black
rice - washed down with a chilled white wine. Match your favourite fish, perhaps
coral trout or red emperor, with one of six methods of preparation. A selection of
meat dishes is also available.
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Be seated in chairs fit for Pacific Island royalty in this
ultimate 'event restaurant'. Whether it's French seafood broth or wild barramundi,
the experience is just being in the flame-lit rainforest surrounds. Don't miss the
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Soul 'n' Pepper
A fitting haunt for pirates, this weather-beaten outdoor café
is the place to come for breakfast. In the
afternoon, the menu shifts to seafood risottos and the like.
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