Amid the natural beauty of the Whitsundays, a stunning new restaurant is opening. Mediterranean restaurant Café Del Mar will serve as a slice of opulence, encouraging holiday makers to sit back, relax and enjoy delectable food.
Situated within the One Whitsundays resort and spa, the restaurant will embrace the true essence of the Café del Mar ethos, encouraging a laid-back dining experience by the ocean. People are invited to stay as long as desired to enjoy the many sensory elements on offer.
Many will be familiar with the name, due to the culinary delights served up at Café Del Mar Sydney – including crowd favourites like salt baked whole cooked snapper, flash fried baby prawns with japapeno mayo, and spinach and ricotta gnocchi.
“With the new Café Del Mar, we want to transport people to a place where there is no rush to move elsewhere, except to perhaps our sun deck for cocktails”, says ONE Whitsundays CEO, John Zappia.
Embodying Mediterranean ambiance, the establishment is perched adjacent to the picturesque waters of Airlie Beach, opposite Airlie Marina. The restaurant itself will offer an interpretation of the unique Baleric hedonism, while honouring its proud heritage – founded in 1980 in San Antoni de Portmany, Ibiza.
Guests can indulge and enjoy, feasting on exceptional Mediterranean-infused cuisine. The carefully selected beverage assortment provides the perfect accompaniment to the fine menu, or simply one to work right through while watching the sun set to Café del Mar’s renowned atmospheric tunes.
Having establishing itself as the destination for a truly authentic and holistic Mediterranean experience in the Whitsundays, Café del Mar Airlie Beach will become an establishment to settle in, relax and quite simply, dine the day away.
Café Del Mar is due to open in late 2016, upon the completion of ONE Whitsundays resort and spa.