This dazzling waterfront restaurant impresses equally with its décor and high-brow air as it does with its food.
From the faint, intermittent strumming of the Buena Vista Social Club over venue speakers, to the butterscotch booths and mellow fireplace, it is an effort not to be at ease.
The showstoppers at Sebastian were the Coca de Tomate (tomato tart with Shaw river buffalo curd) and the Flinders Island Lamb Neck (Mojo, local saltbush, white beans, Jamon, pimiento piquillo) – with the latter so appreciably tender, light effort with a spoon could cause it to crumble.
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