Spectacular views of the bay from the open dining area make a stunning backdrop for this restaurant's Mod Oz cuisine. The fresh, tropical menu highlights seafood, though landlubbers can partake of several meat and vegetarian dishes. Try the signature fresh medley of local seafoods, served in the pan, or seafood antipasto. Coffin Bay oysters are also a delicious way to indulge, or try the local favorite: beer-battered flathead with lemon and tartar sauce. Book ahead for Thursday night's "seafood platter": for A$85 you get cold then hot platters for two, brimming with Moreton Bay bugs, prawns, squid, mussels, salmon, and more (except in peak season). There's also a kids' menu.