Location makes Oceanus a popular pick

THE Indiana Tea House is renowned for its position and the easygoing fine dining it offers, virtually on top of the ocean, a million dollar view to complement a great meal.

In the fashion of the famous Cottesloe tea house, Michael Cutler and Tom Galopoulos have opened Oceanus Restaurant, a fine dining venue which is literally “on top of” City Beach.

Mr Cutler, of Northbridge’s Vultures, and Mr Galopoulos, Driftwood Wines, have spent the past 12 months creating a restaurant that will no doubt shift the fine dining tide north of Cottesloe, as punters try a menu from executive chef Andrew Mann that will change weekly.

A beautiful wood interior, complete with an indoor tree trunk pillar, makes this restaurant a very welcoming and warm place to sit and eat exceptional cuisine, with an exquisite view – all seats are located to take in the immaculate seascape of City Beach.

Whether it be relaxing on the leather sofa by the fire while waiting for a table at the 250-seat restaurant, or relaxing on the balcony overlooking the north coast, maybe drinking a martini and enjoying canapés, there are many ways to enjoy the view at Oceanus.

The fully licensed restaurant offers patrons free parking and a view worth a million on one of our most popular seaside escapes at Challenger Parade City Beach.

Also in the mix for the Cutler and Galopoulos team is the opening of the Medditerrano Café, which will offer alfresco dining for those on the go.

Opening next door to Oceanus, the café will cater to patrons seeking fast and easy to eat cuisine with the menu likely to include foccacia, pizza, fish and chips as well as great coffee.

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