Remember to book early! They normally have two sittings and to ensure you get to sit at a table on the water's edge, you must get in early.
We ate here twice in our 6 nights at PD, the first of which was simply out of this world. Aviva had a Full Barramundi (which was huge) and she absolutely loved it stating it was the best fish she had ever had.
I on the other hand, noting that in the lead up to this trip I had hardly touched a steak) I went with the: Tasmanian Angus Eye Fillet, char grilled with house made potato salad,
anchovy buttered beans & chimichurri sauce for $36.
Let me tell you that just like Salsa in PD which is also heavily slanted towards seafood, this was one of the best steaks I have had. Better than Salsa. Awesome!
But what was perhaps even better was the amazing service particularly by (I am hating myself for forgetting her name!) a French waitress who was simply amazing.
Completely open to the elements and with a slight sea breeze, On The Inlet is hard to fault.
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