Updated: Nov 16
We are super stocked to be included in The Sydney Morning Herald 's Traveller section as one of the best places to eat and drink in Cairns and Tropical North Queensland .
Small plates and a social vibe
Adorned with Spanish dolls, ’60s-style Spanish art and a tropical-themed mural, this quirky eatery is a fun place to dine. Bi-fold doors and tables on the footpath and side deck create a welcoming space, with a range of share dishes on offer. Its seafood croquettes and seafood paella are particularly popular, but it’s best known for its crema catalana – a Spanish dessert similar to crème brulee served in half a coconut shell.
3/28 Wharf Street, Port Douglas. Phone: (07) 4099 5558. See seabean.com.au