La Luna Dining

Cider mussels, lobster rolls and pineapple margaritas are on the menu at this Seaworld Drive restaurant, which is part of La Luna Beach Club.
Sarah Ward
Published on November 01, 2022


Marina Mirage has scored its own floating beach club, La Luna, which is also Australia's first venue of its kind. But if you'd like to check out the site's same-named eatery for a stint of cider mussels and pineapple margaritas, the waterside spot has good news: that's where La Luna Dining comes in

In a space filled with soft, crisp shades — on the walls, and in the linen and curtains — and plenty of natural light from its big windows, diners can tuck into a meal and a few drinks while looking over the marina.

Unsurprisingly, plenty of the ocean's finest earns a spot on the menu, including seafood platters, oysters three ways, scallop sashimi, lobster rolls, beer-battered prawns and seafood linguine from across the full lineup.

The mezze range also spans goose liver and black truffle pate, wagyu bresaola and dips; the cold bar selection features crispy wonton crackers and spicy beef tartare; and saganaki cheese, four cuts of steak, three types of pizza, and mains such as miso pork belly and confit duck leg will also tempt your tastebuds.

From the drinks list, expect sparkling, white and red wines to suit all budgets, plus local and international brews on tap and by the bottle — and several options spirits-wise, no matter whether you're a gin, vodka, tequila, bourbon, rum or whisky drinker. If the whole seaside setup screams cocktail to you, the signature offerings include barrel-aged negronis and mai tais, as well as non-boozy spritzes, sours and watermelon highballs.


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