Restaurant with an Italian influence though combining some of the seafood flavours of the region. The restaurant was stunning and while the night was a bit cooler due to the rain it was still very pleasant dining. The menu was not what you would call extensive though there was plenty to suit our tastes. For me I had the coral trout in tempura batter which was quite good and not dripping with oil as can be the case in some places. My partner had the crab tagliatelle which was excellent. There is a reasonably good wine and beverage list at prices that are on par for restaurants. Staff were friendly, service prompt though admittedly it was not that busy. Would happily recommend.
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