STEVEN Snow (left) and Marco Cenfi go over plans for the Fin restaurant. They hope to have it open in time for the Easter week
STEVEN Snow (left) and Marco Cenfi go over plans for the Fin restaurant. They hope to have it open in time for the Easter week

Fins to be top class



INTERNATIONALLY acclaimed chef Steven Snow has his sights set high when it comes to his Fins restaurant on the Tweed Coast.

Currently in the midst of a $1 million fitout by Sydney interior design specialist Marco Cenfi, Fin is the second restaurant of the same name opened by Mr Snow.

The first was opened at Byron Bay.

When the restaurant finally opens, possibly Easter weekend, Mr Snow said he hopes it can add to the growing reputation of the Tweed as a fine- dining destination.

"Fins at Salt is set to become the ultimate wine-and-dine destination, offering a menu and atmosphere that is suitable for a variety of different occasions," he said.

"The menu will specialise in contemporary Australian cuisine, including the freshest seafood from the local area as well as innovative produce sourced from across northern New South Wales."

The restaurant will be part of the Ray Group's Salt Village, just south of Kingscliff



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