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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.

Raw Prawn

Fine-dining affair especially renowned for its seafood platters ($54 to $90 per person). The priciest include succulent mud crab.

2 Fish

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.


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 jackfruit brûlée.

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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