Food & Drink

Feast your Eyes: The Boulevard and The Resort

New options and mouth-watering flavours – all to be discovered at The Boulevard and The Resort.
By Jessica Teas


Medium rare? Tick. Well done? Tick. Tender and well-seasoned, with 17 secret herbs and spices? Tick. This is the restaurant that delivers on big flavours and great service. See you there for lunch and dinner.


A South American hot spot that easily satisfies the local need for guac and a frosty margarita with a healthy twist. Happily, we still get all the taco, torta and arepa hits we’re looking for, just with lighter ingredients, such as coconut, quinoa and chia. Check out the summer menu additions, with delights including the comuna colada ($19) cocktail and warm taco bowl ($15). Superfood dragon fruit and coconut cream give the Comuna colada its pastel pink colour, then it’s topped up with Pampero Blanco rum, coconut liqueur and pineapple juice. It’s the perfect partner for the spicy beef taco bowl filled with black beans, quinoa, corn and pico salsa and guacamole.


This 1950s-inspired burger shack turns out plenty of faultlessly cooked, award-winning angus-beef patties. The burgers – how about a Betty’s Classic topped with ruffly, crunchy lettuce and special sauce? –  are all highly Insta-worthy. But for a serious summer lunch, add fries and one of their famously indulgent concretes. These house-made frozen-custard ice creams are churned slowly and continuously, yielding a denser, creamier texture. They make the ideal base for mix-ins – the seriously lengthy list includes honeycomb and Dello Mano classic brownie. Decisions, decisions…
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