The premises consists of an outside canopied terrace, a reception entrance, the main restaurant area, a hallway leading off to the toilets and the industrial style kitchen.
the hallway entrance doubles as a small reception area.
Check here to see if they have your table reservation.
The reception area is typical of the aquatic tones used throughout.
window tables with views of the Ocean and outside terrace area.
table for 6 with window view of the terrace and beach.
Aquatic tones and brushed metallic elements are used throughout the dining room.
laconic lagoon tones represent the colours of the Ocean seabed.
Book early for a window seat.
You'll find fish on the menu and also the walls.
A great place to eat or just watch the waves roll in.
come dine with us - we're open for breakfast to sundown suppers.
Service please!! food waits on the pass to go out to diners.
King prawn skewers and lamb kebabs ... just a few items from the menu.
the salad and fresh fruit prep area.
Industrial steel finish and nonslip flooring.
washup area and view over the kitchen
Cleanliness and hygiene .... the heart of any successful restaurants' ethos.
Check On!! 2 rare steaks for table 3.
bespoke fish artworks decorate the walls.
Tortoiseshell and green onyx have been used to mimic coral of the ocean bed.
This area links the main restaurant to the cloakrooms and kitchen.
The terrace has to be THE place to eat, and the view is pretty good too.
Front entrance area.
Cold beers, good food and great surroundings.
small decked area with view into the dining room.
Foliage covers much of the outside space.
A canopy offers shade and the palm leaves too.
The ladies powder room is a delicate feminine arrangement.
soft grey, pale blues and Smokey acrylic furnishings.
Mixing up the textures and bringing in mosaic tiling.
The toilet doors have semi transparent bespoke sliding doors.
Moody blues in the gents toilets.
Ample toiletries for the well groomed clientele.
bronze pewter sinks.
subdued lights creates an intimate masculine atmosphere.