New Zealand-born Todd Stuart has trained internationally, and he has a string of prestigious awards of which he can be justifiably proud. His well-known Parisian-influenced eatery Petite Mort focuses on exquisitely presented lunch and dinner degustation menus. Softly lit, the restaurant is perfect for a romantic dinner or for those who appreciate a quiet and leisurely fine dining experience.
Small degustation plates feature unique and flavoursome gems; they can be matched with wines for a culinary marriage made in heaven. Crystal clear gazpacho consommé is poured delicately over an eclectic combination of fresh Fremantle octopus and pine nuts. The combination of flavours and textures is divine. Cooked to perfection, Darwin barramundi is served with the skin on and is generous in size. The fish is beautifully presented with tasty caponata, crunchy broccolini and rice crisps.
PSST! An unusual way to end your dinner is to try one of the Cuban cigars, which you can smoke on the terrace after 9.30pm.