White-painted colonial style, complete with wooden shutters and a wide veranda, this is an inviting choice, looking through the palm trees to the water. Choose from some tempting pasta dishes (such as spanner crab linguine) or a simple version of fish [’]n chips, with battered barramundi. A fixed-price dinner menu—two courses ($39) or three courses ($49), including a glass of wine—changes every week, with a choice of dishes for entrée, main, and dessert. Order ahead for the Queensland chili mud crab ($79). The restaurant is also open for breakfast. Happy hour is from 3pm to 6pm, with cocktails and tapas. There’s a kids’ menu, too.