In Japanese Zensai means ‘small pretty things’ and it’s exactly what best describes the delicious bites served at the eponymous restaurant. No matter if it’s seafood in the form of sushi and sashimi or whole fillets you’re after, you won’t be disappointed at this Japanese eatery. We loved the Kani-Sala (salad of blue swimmer’s crab meat, avocado, crunchy vegetable noodles, wasabi mayonnaise and tobiko) and the Saikyo Yaki (miso marinated Atlantic salmon fillet).
Cable Beach Club Resort & Spa, Cable Beach Road, Cable Beach
Delicious cocktails, wonderful wines and some seriously good food awaits at 18 Degrees. The menu boasts seafood decadences such as Chimichurri Shark Bay tiger prawns, Chilled sesame seared tuna and Wild caught Kimberley barramundi. And if your dinner date isn’t one for seafood, the Moroccan spiced lamb rillettes or the Harrisa spiced pumpkin-potato samosas are bound to please. Desserts are a highlight here – think Double chocolate brownie with caramel sauce and condensed milk ice cream or White chocolate fondant.
Shop 4, 63 Robinson St
Wharf Restaurant is Broome’s seafood staple. Some even say it’s the best around town. Granted it is a bit pricey but, you’ll be enjoying your lunch or dinner right by the water. The battered Queenfish and the grilled Barramundi are amazing. And even better, oysters are half price between two and five.
401 Port Drive, Cable Beach
Cygnet Bay Restaurant
The casual restaurant at Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm stuns with views across the waters of the farm and King Sound and, of course, its outright mouth-watering dishes. For lunch, try the Pearl and seafood pasta (yep, it’s made with pearl meat) or head down in the evening for the Pearler’s Buffet where you can dine with the local pearling crew. The menu changes regularly and there is now a whole pearl meat menu. So, do yourself a mahhoosive favour and stop by this little gem.
Cape Leveque Road, Dampier