A selection of restaurants and cafes at Sanctuary Cove are welcoming back customers back to dine in house in the wake of State Government easing of COVID-19 restrictions.
In line with Stage one of the government’s roadmap restaurants such as Anchor Buoy, Artichoke Restaurant & Bar, Bistro 19, Dragon Cove Chinese Restaurant, Jonez on Food and Quay Street Café will all re-open for customers to dine in.
Sanctuary Cove in-house dining options for restaurants and cafes will include Anchor Buoy being open for breakfast and lunch for both bookings and walk-ins with up to 10 guests at a time, Artichoke Restaurant & Bar reopening with a six-course degustation menu available for both lunch and dinner (including two sittings are available for lunch at 11.30am and 1.45pm and dinner sittings at 5pm and 7.45pm). Bookings are essential at Artichoke and also Bistro 19 which has re-opened for lunch.
Dragon Cove Chinese Restaurant is open for dinner only dine in and bookings are available in two sittings for 10 guests at a time at 5.30pm and 7pm with bookings essential. Jonez on Food has re-opened for lunch and dinner for in-house dining with two sittings available for 10 guests per sitting and bookings essential. Quay Street Café is also open for breakfast and lunch for bookings and walk-ins.
Sanctuary Cove Marine Village Marketing Manager Leila Stephenson said, “We are very much looking forward to seeing customers back in the fantastic restaurants here in the village. Please feel comfortable and assured that we are following all government guidelines in relation to the reopening and social distancing practices.”
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