TOP 5 SEAFOOD DISHES TO TRY AT SANCTUARY COVE THIS EASTER
27th March, 2019
Sanctuary Cove is famous for serving up the freshest of seafood, and what better time to enjoy it than Easter. Gather your family and friends and head to The Marine Village for our top five must-try seafood dishes.
- Embrace Good Friday’s tradition of enjoying a meat-free feast with the ultimate seafood buffet at The Grange at InterContinental Sanctuary Cove Resort. Market-fresh platters of prawns, crabs and oysters are just some of the delicacies on offer at the Resort. Be quick and book your table now so you don’t miss out.
- Fresh seafood and a crisp, cold beer overlooking the Marina – yes please! Anchor Buoy’s seafood board for two includes grilled prawns, salt and pepper calamari, beer battered flathead, house smoked salmon with chips and petite watercress and feta salad. Round it out with a Stone and Wood beer, fresh off the tap.
- Classical French technique coupled with the finest seasonal ingredients makes for an impressive dining experience at Jonez on Food. Patagonian toothfish with Asian flavours and textures is currently on the menu and comes highly recommended by chef and owner, Gary Jones.
- Ioesco’s renowned for their magnificent modern Italian and Mediterranean dishes, and there are a number of seasonal seafood options on the menu. Our pick? Zuppa di pesce – super fresh seafood in olive oil and white wine Napoli sauce served with crusty bread.
- George’s Paragon Seafood Restaurant is an icon at Sanctuary Cove, and has been part of the thriving Marine Village for almost three decades. The stunning waterfront location is the perfect place to feast on fresh seafood, including their famous seafood platter for two featuring fresh king prawns, oysters, bugs, fish, calamari and lobster mornay (plus more!).