A tasty Japanese restaurant led by Chef Scott Thorpe featuring inventive and scrumptous dishes. Featuring Bento-style dishes, and a refreshing atmosphere with indoor and outdoor dining.
Payment accepted: MasterCard, Visa and EFTPOS
BYO $3 corkage per person.
Parking and take-away available
Favorite Dish: Pearl meat is sold for $700 a kilo in some Asian countries, but you can sample it here for $31. Delicious and perfect for those with wheat allergies.
The Som Thai was recommended to us by one of our guides as a good place to have something spicy!! Certainly when we arrived it had great promise with its promotional sign announcing it had won some top award in a local gourmet contest. It has a nice outdoor area and it was crowded – always a good sign. Unfortunately, our entrée was not as good as it looked. We ordered a tasting plate for two at $24.00 . The chicken satays was not cooked, the Thai fish cakes too rubbery and too many other pastry entrees on the plate. However, it was steaming hot!! Our mains consisted of a pawpaw salad and a chicken curry panang. These dishes were OK. Next time I visited I probably would order the fish or crab which looked excellent. $8 corkage.
If you are after a nice coffee the place to go is the Old Zoo Cafe. It is behind Cable Beach Resort- you can walk to it from the resort but there is also a bus stop in front of it. It is also next to Willy Creek Pearls and the Crocodile Park.
Favorite Dish: I had a cafe latte and a pineapple and mint muffin (morning tea!!) for under $10.00. Note in the photograph the Zoo monograph!!
This “gourmet” seafood restaurant is right on the entrance to the Broome port jetty. It serves a variety of seafood dishes and has a selection of wines (including small bottles of Moet!!). We ordered one serve battered salmon and chips for a light lunch. The meal came with 4 small pieces of fish – enough for two!! It was good. Cost 16.95 with aoli $2.80. The restaurant also serves barramundi and dhufish.
The Curry Hut has been operating for 4 years. Its authencity is guaranteed because the food is served by a very Indian looking gent. We had a curry consisting of : paneer, chickencurry, fish curry, beef curry, indian style rice, hot pickle and vegetables. Another day we had a tandoori which was excellent.
3 Restaurants that are accessible from the resort even if you are not staying there.
1. Sunset Cafe -
Breakfast 6.30 - 10.30 $28 Full Buffet Breakfast
Dinner 18.00 - 21.00 Pizza Pasta Steak & Seafood A'La Carte
2. Thai Pearl Restaurant (open wed - sun) Peak Season only
Dinner 18.00 - 21.00
3. Club Restaurant - signature fine dining
Dinner 18.00 - 21.00 (7 days a week)
The restaurant is located back onto the block with tropical gardens surrounding the building giving you the feeling of tranquility and peace. You are able to dine inside, on the verandah or alfesco. When we visited we dined on the verandah, we enjoyed sitting there looking out to Roebuck bay and watching the darkness of the night roll in.
The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and offers a selection of their own brewed beers and fine local seafood and game meat.
Overall the service was warm and freindly.
Favorite Dish: Our favourite dish was the seafood and game platter. It was very delicious, on the platter we enjoyed chilli prawns, soft crab, calamari with kangaroo meat sausages and kangaroo meat steak. The kangaroo meat steak was very tender and tasty presented with a sweet sauce, my favourite was the soft crab, really delicious.
The location is fantastic and the views can be spectacular unfortunately the food is often terrible. The Staff are generally very friendly but there are usually not enough staff causing you a rediculous wait to get your meal that has been rushed.
We have frequented this restaurant approximately 10 times over the last 4 years and have had the occasional good meal. But unfortunately the bad experiences out way the good ones, for example getting a pice of meat in a vegaterian meal! You may be better off having a drink there and watching the sunset before heading over to the sunset bar at the cable beach club for a beautiful woodfired pizza.
Favorite Dish: Crown Lager Beer
... and tropically presented desserts.
Favorite Dish: Without a doubt my favourite dish was the trio of fish... Baramundi, Tasmanian Pink Salmon and Threadfin Salmon on a bed of crisp stir-fried vegetables in a cream lemon-lime sauce! Delicious darling... simply divine!
This was a great find and I ate here several times as the food was just superlative.The blackboard thai menu featured local fish and seafood that changed daily- Barramundi, Threadfin Salmon, Queenfish!
Thsi is a BYO, non reservations cash only restaurant Monday - Friday, but not to be missed.
Favorite Dish: The papaya salad was superb, but every dish we tried was absolutley fantastic and well priced ( $25)
Resaurant with open sides and outside area ideal for watching the sunset. Comfortable chairs. Selection of differing styles of food for all occasions. Fully licenced with cocktails to accompany the sunset.
Booking recommeded for large parties.
High quality food at ordinary prices but you have to order at the counter and fetch your meal when the pager they give you goes off.
Favorite Dish: My husband and I had "Second Breakfast" here late one morning. He had 'The Big Breakfast" which was enormous, with 2 eggs, 3 slices of bacon, 4 small sausages, tomatos, baked beans, mushrooms and toast. He could only just finish it and he's a big eater.
I had an exquisite friut platter (very fresh, high quality fruit) with a wonderful greek yoghurt flovoured with almond meal and spices.
Dinner the next day, fisherman's basket and chicken breast with herb filling were equally as good.
Beautiful, spottlessly clean courtyard eating area looking out over the sea. Food served in environmantally friendly containers made from sugar cane with plastic knives and forks.
High class fish dishes at very resonable prices. Fully licensed.
Kiosk round the corner for ice creams and snacks.
Go down onto the beach and see the hermit crabs while you're there.
Favorite Dish: We had grilled barramundi and chips with their famous Aoili sauce, it was absolutely delicious.
Small cafe in shopping centre. Reasonable selection of light meals including fried breakfats, sandwiches, foccacias, pots of tea, cappuchinos etc. All very fresh, large portions, well made.
One of the few airconditioned cafes in the town centre.
Simple and with a little asian touch.
Here you can have a cheap, good meal.
(Never mind the funny name).
Oh: no Credit Cards.
BYO (means: bring your own alcohol)
Also: take away available
Favorite Dish: Squid with Snake beans and green Pepper
or many more
More stileful and a perfect end of a romantic evening
(eg after the camel ride: see tip there).
Very good food.
Located right at the Cable-beach.
The restaurant has open sides, so it is like sitting outside without actually doing so.
Favorite Dish: Duck or fresh Prawns and Scallops etc.
They also serve very good seafood.