Easily the most extensive wine list in Port Douglas by a big margin. Included a few white varietals that the other places haven’t heard of. Had a Spanish Albarino $52 which worked well. About 2.5 times retail which is the going rate in PD.
Food was pleasant. Bruschetta followed by a snapper in coconut and tamarind sauce $38. Served in a wide bowl which meant everything in the sauce. Would’ve been nice on a large flat plate giving me the option of sauce or not. Very close to being overcooked but saved just in time.
Service is casual and pleasant rather than stuffy and formal. Not as good as the exceptional Seabean but enjoyable.
Fair value but very much a good evening.
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