SUNSHINE ON THE BAY
Brisbane, Queensland

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Famed for its seafood-inspired menu, Sunshine on the Bay offers a relaxed dining experience in Cleveland, 25 k's south of Brisbane. The restaurant is open and breezy with dark timber floors, white-washed walls, pretty pendant lights and no-fuss furnishings. It's the perfect place to linger with friends and sample the best local produce Queensland has to offer.
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General info

Address:

91 Middle Street,
Shop 49,
Cleveland QLD 4163

Suburb:

Cleveland

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Cuisine:

International, Seafood

Price Range:

$$$$ ~ $$$$

License:

Licensed & BYO (wine only)

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Specials & Events

This restaurant has not scheduled any event.

Functions

FUNCTION MENU
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MAX SEATING
90 pax

Features

Suitable for Families with children
Suitable for Functions
Suitable for Groups of 10
AWARDS
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RegOrwell - 15/12/2012
We've had the pleasure of dining here twice this year and it has become our restaurant of choice for special occasions. Neither too costly nor too fancy, the menu is straight forward with a selection of international dishes, but of course specializing in fresh seafood.
gozzawozza - 17/09/2012
When I dine in a restaurant that specialises in seafood, I expect to be served seafood of premium quality and dishes that differ from just ordinary fair. The food that my wife and I were served was no better than you would expect in a pub counter or down the road at Redlands RSL. My Oyster Kilpatrick was over-powered by the worstershire sauce, and the oysters were so small that I could hardly see them. At $16 for 6 I found that just ridiculous. My wifes entree of Crab Mornay was a huge load of cheese and very little crab meat with crab shell as a bonus. When we complained about the shell fragments, the waitress said that it was unfortunate because thats how they receive it from the supplier. (Really?) My main was a Chicken breast filled with prawns and sea scallop on a bed of guacamole. Yes there was one prawn and one sea scollop. The chicken was tough and dry and the guacamole over-powered he whole dish so much thet I could not taste anything else. At $35 this was embarassing. The atmosphere or the lack thereof was very disappointing. Lino floors made the place echo and reminded me of a lunch hour at the pub. My wife and I had to literally shout to each other to be heard. Very disappointing and an unfortunate $110 experience.