Peppers Resort, Tides Restaurant - Whitsundays
The alfresco dining is an amazing experience at the Tides restaurant, due to the stunning views, asks for a table with the best possible views when booking your table. Our tip is to be aware that to get these incredible views, you must be aware that it is a steep drive up to the restaurant.
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For a menu that will make your mouth water, and a wine list to satisfy even the most demanding connoisseur, Tides Restaurant at Peppers Resort in Airlie Beach is a high class dining choice.
With an elegant open air design, Tides Restaurant overlooks the beautiful Whitsunday Passage and its islands. Its menu places emphasis on fresh Australian produce in a modern Australian style, with just a touch of Asia on the side. Its menu is uncomplicated, and yet the combination of intense flavours and quality ingredients brought together by Executive Chef Gregory Divine, creates dishes that are not only divine by name, but also divine by nature.
The menu is created from the region’s best vegetables which are sourced from the local Bowen region. The most succulent and fresh fish and prawns come from the crystal clear reefs nearby, as do the highest quality and freshest Queensland scallops, crabs and bugs. The seafood here is outstanding. Enjoy the exceptional Peking styled magret duck breast with sweet potato, or perhaps sun dried tomato and goat’s cheese gnocchi, exotic mushrooms, wilted greens and star anise juice. For the ultimate in desserts, the chef’s signature dish of soft white chocolate panna cotta with caramelised puff sticks and raspberry caramel is an expression of paradise. Along with the view and the flickering candle light, paradise is a reoccurring theme.
The restaurant is part of the Peppers Resort, but the restaurant is also open to non residents throughout the day from breakfast at 7am to dinner at 9pm. Bookings are advisable, and dress code is smart casual, or formal.