Anchored by a sociable bar, and all done up in men’s club style burnished woods, this restaurant feels more American than Thai. Which can make for a nice change. Dishes tend to be more western, too, like the delicious French onion soup, a wagyu beef carpaccio, crab cakes, and their locally famous salt and pepper calamari. Generously portioned mains like lobster ravioli, yellowfin tuna, and a pan-fried barramundi fish showcase the local bounty of seafood. It all pairs beautifully with old and new world wines from the United States, France, South Africa, and Italy wines, or balanced but strong cocktails. Mondays feature popular jazz sessions.