Under Wraps is a hive of activity around meal times. You can dine right on the street and watch the world go by. At breakfast this Sunday Morning we had the special breakfast wrap and a breakfast baguette with a delicious energy boost drink - $22.50 (One indicator of a of a great eatery is the patronage of locals and they eat there all the time.) The menu is more extensive that the name suggests.
A hidden Gem provided you don't play golf and then you would know all about it. To us it was another world, an almost old fashioned world and lots of space. The outlook over the greens is expansive adding to the spacious and timeless feel. The vista allows you to feel you could be at the High Commissioner's residence in Malaysia.
Sea Reef Fish & Chips - 19.5 Salt & Pepper Calamari - 18 HaHa Sauvignon Blanc - 34
This little Cafe at 35 Macrossan Street powers along with a very comprehensive menu. Not only that Dave provides table service which is handy if you like your fish fillets grilled. Dave's reasonably priced Menu includes: Ice cold drinks, Roast meals, Hamburgers, Hot rolls, Fresh salads, Fish, Chips and a variety of chicken dishes. To save on the queues at dinner time Dave will deliver orders for purchases over $30. Phone: 0740994474 More on Dave's Takeaway: cruise.portdouglas.daintree.info/davestakeaway
With probably one of the best outlooks of any restaurant in Port Douglas the "Tin Shed" benefits from the new parklands at the waterfront created when the old buildings were demolished in 2012/3.
1 Jul 14. Meals were OK but lack the touches of a truly fine meal. Reasonably priced Chardonay at $23.50, light beer schooner at $4.60, Calamari with salad $14 and Beefburger & chips $15.50. Service is a bit better than visits last year.
Tomorrow's (Thursday 22 May 2014) prize is a $100 voucher for Port Douglas' premium Tapas Restaurant - seabean.com.au Carnivale 2014 Quiz gets to the business end with only 4 daily prizes to go totalling $1474. qwe.com.au
We had been looking forward to dining at Chilly's outside restaurant on our recent trip to Port Douglas for Carnivale 2014. Chilly's is not in the restaurant strip of Macrossan Street but down Grant Street on the corner of Mowbray Street. The weather did not play it's part and we dined inside a big shed with our BYO red wine. The pizzas arrived promptly and were fantastic. We like pizza and red wine and tried other Port Douglas cafes which were ok but not up to the standard of Chilly's. BYO corkage $5.
Tucked away almost out of sight is "Off The Track" a new Port Douglas Restaurant in Warner Street behind Coles underground car-park. It is pleasing to see another BYO restaurant. The screenshot above is from the Keys to Port Douglas Dining chapter.