This casually chic waterfront eatery serves artfully presented modern Australian food that doesn't always deliver on its promise–and wait staff that's as variable as the food: weekends, with more experienced staff on board, may be the best time to dine here. Your entrée might be oysters, proscuitto-wrapped scallops, or crumbed crocodile; a long, varied mains menu might include Moroccan lamb, kangaroo skewers, the day's fresh catch, or aged eye fillet–or chicken, pork,
duck, vegetarian and pasta dishes. Desserts often have tropical ingredients. There's also a kids' menu and varied lunch offerings.