This seafood shack really punches above its weight, with an ever-changing menu based on what’s in season and worthy of serving to its customers.
A strong focus on smoking, curing and pickling makes this restaurant an exciting place to go if you’re looking for something different from the norm.
The barbecued king prawns were a knockout, but it’s a ‘no’ from me for the ribeye.
With prior working experiences at the likes of Raffles Grill, Pollen, and Guy Savoy, you can walk into San Bistro with high expectations – but without burdening your credit card.
You’ll want to take your time at this restaurant, because the food and view are spectacular.
Taxi Kitchen boasts one of the finest views of Melbourne, and their food is pretty good, too.
Cheap and good oysters at happy hour, Southern fried chicken, and a crab boil that’ll leave you salivating.
Cool bay winds, scenic waterfront views, fresh seafood, and a plethora of boats and floating homes all hint at Sausalito’s long maritime history.
If you’re in Sausalito but don’t eat at Fish Restaurant, I don’t think we can be friends.
Humpback excels first and foremost in delivering fresh and tasty oysters, built on a foundation of delightful cocktails, no doubt leveraging the expertise and experience from its shared roots with the two earlier establishments along Amoy Street.