Situated across from the foreshore – you not only see the waves crashing onto the pristine beach you can hear and smell the freshness of the atmosphere. The Michael McCann designed interior is luxurious, spacious and contemporary and the restaurant exudes class – without being intimidating. Traditionally it has been a nightmare to park in Manly – however, the multi level car park is within a couple of minutes walk to the restaurant front door – and across the lane from the rear entrance. It is a dream location for deliveries. This is definitely a destination restaurant. There is a great deal of “eating” competition – and the choice of standard, menu and pricing is vast. This is a long established restaurant location – having once operated as Kay’s Snapper Inn. However, the current lease commenced in May 2004 and with came an extensive and expensive refurbishment. The seating capacity for the restaurant under normal a la carte conditions is 120 – with approximately 80 seated indoors on the upper level and 40 on lower level incorporating the outside footpath section.