Excerpt about Beachside Pavilion from the Latest Front Burner Magazine (Issue 26):
Most people who have visited the gold coast in recent years would be familiar with a Broadbeach haunt Alto Cucina & Bar (the younger sibling of the iconic Mario’s).
Having closed its doors in early 2017 the DiMattina group have reopened the popular restaurant and watering hole as the Beachside Pavilion.
Beachside Pavilion is contemporary, relaxed and has a nautical beach theme. With an emphasis on great service, quality food and specializing in fresh sustainable seafood.
Beachside Pavilion serves hundreds of freshly shucked oysters and the seafood display showcases the freshness and quality of seafood on offer
“Fresh seafood is a big hero on the menu here – you’ll find small and simple plates like grilled octopus with olive oil, lemon juice and dill mayonnaise, as well as colourful poke bowls. If you like it really fresh, then you can choose from the raw menu of kingfish ceviche, tuna and ocean trout tartare, and a selection of sashimi with ponzu,” explain Andrew DiMatinna, Business Owner.
To continue reading this article view the original here in the Front Burner Magazine Issue 26
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