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“Great place to dine”

Seabean Tapas Bar Restaurant
Ranked #11 of 127 Restaurants in Port Douglas
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $7 - $34
Cuisines: Seafood, Spanish
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Good for: Large groups, Special occasions, Families with children, Business meetings
Dining options: Breakfast, Dinner, Late Night, Lunch, Reservations
Description: Seabean's tapas bar is open from 3pm come along and sample some of our authentic Spanish dishes, along with a beer, wine and of course carafes of sangria located on our own relaxed corner of Wharf and Warner street where you can sit back and enjoy stunning views ,watch the sun go down behind the mountains as the boats sail home whilst sharing delicious plates of sumptuous tapas , With the help of our friendly staff, enjoy a Spanish tapas banquet of your choice or choose from our mains selection featuring paella, fish, duck, steak and more And embrace the continental way of sharing the occasion with friends and loved ones Still the home of our famous coconut creme brulee, served in the 1/2 nut. We are vegetarian and gluten free friendly.
Reviewed November 1, 2012 via mobile

We stopped here by chance for dinner with our baby in a pram. The staff were so accommodating and found us a lovely quiet spot outside so our baby could sleep.
The ambience was fabulous sitting under the trees and the service was great!
Food was delicious - my reef fish was sensational and my husband thoroughly enjoyed his paella. Will give a special mention to the crocodile croquettes - yum!

Highly recommend Seabean - thanks guys!

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Reviewed October 26, 2012

Another restaurant where we got away with not booking ahead but one feels it could be a different story in the peek season.
We sat outside on the pavement which was fine. The service was very good and the food was excellent. Would certainly go again, pity its so far from the UK!

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Reviewed October 21, 2012

My wife and I walked around for about half an hour looking for somewhere that appealed to us for dinner, on our way around to the marina we came across this beautiful little restaurant, they managed to squeeze us in without a booking, I couldn't commend the staff higher on their friendliness and service and the food was absolutely exquisite. I had the marinara which was jam packed full of beautifully cooked, fresh, local seafood with beautiful al dente linguine and my better half had a beautiful tender steak on a lovely bed of mash with wilted green beans and a scrumptious jus, the garlic bread was also exceptional and the drinks selection is very extensive and they can whip up a mean cocktail, I'm just glad we have another week up here because we will DEFINITELY be returning to Seabean!

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Reviewed October 18, 2012

i specially went for the coconut creme brulee. I was very disappointed. The presentation was wonderful however the custard lacked flavour and was not sweet enough. The toffee coating was very thin and flavourless as well and it was a very expensive dessert

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Reviewed October 11, 2012

We had tapas here one night when we didn't feel like a big meal. We ordered a selection which pleased everyone except for one choice which was a single sad prawn wrapped in a sliver of prosciutto, tasted off and extremely poor value.
The other choices were all good, finished with the coconut creme brûlée, not actually the best I've ever tasted but very cute in the coconut shell with tropical fruit on the side, best shared as it is a generous serving.
Nice spot to listen to the birds coming in to roost and the bats coming out to play!

Thank TasDevils
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