Island Market Trigg is a bright, casual and airy dining room that’s as breezy and relaxed as the restaurant’s coastal location. Locals can call by for a simple cooked-to-order wood-fired pita (the venue’s specialty) with house-made taramasalata, washed down with a glass of rosé.
Those seeking a slap-up meal can gather a group for black rice with cuttlefish or locally-sourced mussels, topped off with a classic pavlova. The Middle Eastern/Mediterranean fusion menu delivers flexible fare that begs to be shared. Or do as Kailis does: come alone, post-swim perhaps and take a seat at a high-top table alongside the mature olive trees at the restaurant’s southern end.
You’ll find very good company in a cocktail list that sees updated favourites mixed back with bold new creations (special mention to Sunshine and Booze). A visit here is exactly what you wish to make of it, laid back, casual, accessible and mostly fun.