Tapas Restaurant

tapas restaurant

Tapas Restaurant- Seabean

Seabean Tapas Restaurant offers authentic Spanish tapas prepared by spanish chefs. The prices at Seabean are also very reasonable. There are over 18 different Tapas dishes to choose from at Seabean Tapas Restaurant  as well as the daily specials on offer.

Seabean Tapas Restaurant is open daily from 3pm and tapas is the world’s most social food. The friendly staff at Seabean can help you to choose a tapas banquet to share. Make sure you save room for dessert as the Coconut Crème Brulee served in the coconut shell is well worth it!

Seabean Tapas Restaurant is located on the corner of Wharf and Warner street. It’s the perfect place to sit back with an ice cold Sangria and enjoy the stunning view across to the water.

Seabean has Spanish and Australian beers as well as a full cocktail menu and extensive wine list. Needless to say the Sangria at Seabean Tapas Restaurant is to die for as well! Open for Sunday breakfast and lunch Seabean Tapas Restaurant is also family friendly.

For the keen anglers. Seabean Tapas Restaurant also can cook your freshly caught fish for you. The fish is either grilled and served with chips and salad for $33 per head or as a 4 course set menu. The set menu includes Ceviche, Catalan fish soup, Paella plus grilled fillets at $44 per head. This is great option for those who catch a ripper fish and want to eat and enjoy it but don’t have the facilities to cook it for themselves.

Tapas Selection from Seabean Tapas Restaurant:

 

warm pan de casa, dips and olive oil                         

sweetcorn & pepper fritters w/ mint & lime yoghurt      

crispy calamari with lemon aioli (gf)                       

warm marinated olives (gf)                                   

queso manchego, poached fig & taro chips               

dulce chorizo, sultana & salsa picante (gf)                  

crisp and spicy school prawns (gf)                          

sautéed mushrooms w/ Xeres vinegar and fresh parsley (gf)    

grilled courgette, gremolata, parmesan, toasted almond(gf)   

patatas bravas (gf)                                         

smoked crocodile croquettes                                 

peri peri chicken brochetas                                  

white anchovy, olive oil & parsley(gf)                       

albondigas – homemade meatballs w/ salsa de tomate (gf)      

jamon Serrano, fresh tomato, confit garlic, pan de casa 

black lip mussels, tomato & pepper broth (gf)          

pork & pistachio terrine, mustard fruits, grilled bread      

fat polenta chips w/ Romesco sauce(gf)

Carolynne Staines
Carolynne Staines

Carolynne has been a Port Douglas "local" since 1995 Her travels have taken her far and wide, from Southern Australia to Europe, from Port Douglas to Cape York, Lizard Island and many places in between. With a career in tourism spanning decades that has seen her manage hotel tour desks in five star resorts, as well as manage tour boats in Port Douglas; she enjoys writing about the best possible experiences of tours and activities around Port Douglas and of course her favorite destination...the Great Barrier Reef.