Offering a wide range of casual and fine dining options, Sanctuary Cove restaurants boast a relaxed waterside atmosphere and a diverse range of cuisine. The nearby Marine Village at Sanctuary Cove is home to a number of bars, cafes and restaurants to suit all tastes and budgets including some of the region’s best restaurants. Whether you’re after a late breakfast or brunch, want to savour a long and leisurely lunch of have something special in mind for dinner, there are a great range of Sanctuary Cove restaurants to suit your tastes.
Georges Paragon: Situated on the Sanctuary Cove marina, George’s Parason Seafood Restaurant is the most famous seafood restaurant on the Gold Coast. Renowned as the coast’s number one seafood restaurant, Georges Paragon enjoys beautiful water views that set the perfect atmosphere for its fresh seafood specialties. A Gold Coast institution, sail into the Paragon and experience the freshest local seafood with your host, George Tassis.
Black Angus Bar & Grill: Part of the popular dining precinct of Sanctuary Cove marina, Black Angus Bar & Grill specialises in fresh seafood and steaks grilled to perfection. The menu also features vegetarian and gluten free options and an extensive liqueur and wine selection. Choose to dine inside or al fresco and soak up the Gold Coast’s beautiful weather and the stunning views offered by this Sanctuary Cove restaurant.
Dragon Cove Chinese Cuisine: The new kid on the block when it comes to the Sanctuary Cove dining scene, this recent addition to the riverfront restaurant precinct offers billion dollar views of the marina. Offering a luxurious dining experience, Dragon Cove Chinese Cuisine offers yum cha and traditional Chinese cuisine in a crisp, modern setting complete with tables draped in white linen, pillow laden banquettes, wide backed seating and intimate booths separated by pattered iron.
The Fireplace Restaurant: Part of the deluxe InterContinental Sanctuary Cove Resort, The Fireplace Restaurant is the resort’s signature restaurant and offers modern provincial cuisine cooked in wood fired ovens right before your eyes. Featuring wine cabinets, rustic timber décor, stone floors and French doors that open out onto gardens and a fountain terrace, the restaurant is a staple when it comes to Sanctuary Cove restaurants.