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Meet the Chef

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Matthew Le Beau

Looking for a sea change, Head Chef Matthew Le Beau found his calling at Seascape Restaurant in 2017 when he relocated with his young family from Brisbane where he spent his time as head chef at Public and sous chef at Ecco Bistro. Besides his strong passion for food and the hospitality industry, Mat thrives on maintaining a positive atmosphere in his kitchen where he leads his team for all to strive for the same goal, to deliver fresh, high quality consistent food.

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dined on Wed, 14 Feb 2018

I went with 2 of my girlfriends for valentines day. I also went back 2 nights later. Absolutely beautiful food, desserts and drinks. The chocolate parfait on valentines day was amazing and should stay on the menu, we went back for it but it was a valentines day special! :( The meringue on valentines day however wasnt great we didnt touch it. But everythingelse was beautiful and i will be back and recommend you guys to everyone!!! Thankyou so much!

dined on Wed, 14 Feb 2018

Fabulous food & great atmosphere. The service was spot on - helpful & knowledgeable without being intrusive. Will definitely come back.

dined on Fri, 26 Jan 2018

Fresh oysters were warm, Kingfish was warm, when we advised the waiter he said they should be cold and would speak with the kitchen, he then never came back to us on this point. Mains were okay however $45 for 2 bugs and $48 for minimal seafood in a stew was not value at all.

dined on Sat, 20 Jan 2018

Great location with a very good menu and service. Stunning views

dined on Mon, 8 Jan 2018

Delicious food with good staff though the price is a bit higher

dined on Tue, 2 Jan 2018

Great Fine Dining Seafood Restaurant. Fantastic Decor and Great service with views to die for. The menu offers lots of fresh seafood options plus a number of well chosen and elegant non-seafood options. Been here a number of times and will surely visit again. Is not a huge place so bookings especially on Friday and Saturday nights would be a good option. Finally the desert menu is good and the cellar masters wine list is really good. Will be back.

dined on Mon, 25 Dec 2017

Great restaurant!

dined on Fri, 22 Dec 2017

Good views and generally good food and service

dined on Sat, 16 Dec 2017

Best food I have had in a restaurant for many years! Highly recommended!!
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About Seascape Restaurant + Bar

A seafood sensation A trip to Surfers Paradise isn’t complete without a meal at Seascape Restaurant & Bar, a stunning venue that offers an incredible outlook over the beach and buzzing Esplanade. Ascend the contemporary timber staircase to the restaurant on the second floor and find yourself in a minimalistic, modern space that is the perfect backdrop for wining and dining. Seafood is the name of the game here and the restaurant sources a minimum of six different types of fresh fish daily; each one prepared specifically to showcase the unique tastes and textures of each fishy morsel. Start with an entree of maple-cured black kingfish with wasabi sorbet, wakame and sesame praline or cured duck breast before moving on to one of the daily catches. And if you really can’t choose opt for the five-course banquet and enjoy the Chef’s seafood selection. Or if you’re just looking for something a bit more casual head to the bar and bistro downstairs and grab some fish & chips and a glass of wine… this is a venue that is perfect for all occasions. Best dish: Tasmanian Atlantic Salmon, pan fried, dashi broth, 34 pickled mushrooms, edamame, kombu.



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