Cuisine: Italian,Modern Italian

Recalling the Mediterranean with its white-washed walls, terracotta tiles and mosaic candle holders, this place infects you with the relaxed, chilled-out vibe that comes with seaside dining anywhere. The menu has an emphasis on seafood, though, unlike Mediterranean cuisines, simplicity is not always key. Tender eye fillet del mare, a Med take on surf ’n’ turf $37, will satisfy any carnivore, while a special of wild barramundi on spaghettini with lemon, chilli and garlic oil $36 is light and well seasoned, allowing the sweetness of the fish to prevail. Friendly service complements the unfussy surrounds and servings are generous, so be sure to bring your appetite. A special six-course dinner, $30 per person, is available Sun–Thu and Sun lunch.

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Cuisine: Italian,Modern Italian,Indian

It’s located at the base of an apartment building, which teases with its height and obvious ocean views, so residents would certainly (and enviably) catch a whiff of the aromas that gave this Indian diner its name. The menu is a pleasure to read. The entrees list encourages you to get out of your comfort zone and order something like kashmiri prawns baked in the tandoor with a rich blend of ginger, garlic and garam masala, served in a creamy sauce $15.90. For mains, mango and cashew chicken $20.90 has a wonderful nutty flavour and there are plenty of vegetarian dishes, the pick of which has to be the palak, a stew of spinach cooked in spices with housemade cheese $15.90. The interior is quite modern, with bright, fresh paint and a fancy-looking bar.


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