Best Known For

Seafood Platter: natural oysters, fresh prawns, seared scallops, mussels in chilli Napoli sauce, calamari, bugs and toasted bread.

About Sorrento Restaurant & Bar

Experience the splendour of the Whitsundays at Sorrento Restaurant & Bar on Shingley Drive in Airlie Beach. A friendly, informal atmosphere allows you to unwind while soaking up views of clear aqua waters, smoothly sailing boats and gentle waves lapping at the foreshore. Sorrento's menu sticks to the smart side of casual, offering a selection of Mod Oz fare with an Italian influence. From a diverse selection ranging from lunch salads to gourmet pizzas, opt for evening starters like pancetta Kilpatrick Pacific oysters; before delving into mains such as veal saltimbocca, wrapped in prosciutto with sage, truffle mash, blistered cherry tomatoes, sautéed green beans, pine nuts and red wine jus. To finish, indulge yourself with vanilla and Amaretto panna cotta, passionfruit sauce and biscotti.

Location & Map

Shop 22, Shingley Drive, Abell Point Marina, Airlie Beach, QLD, 4802, Airlie Beach 4802 QLD - See Map

Opening Hours

Mon  11:00:AM - 12:00:AM
Tue  11:00:AM - 12:00:AM
Wed  11:00:AM - 12:00:AM
Thu  11:00:AM - 12:00:AM
Fri  11:00:AM - 12:00:AM
Sat  11:00:AM - 12:00:AM
Sun  11:00:AM - 12:00:AM

Groups & Functions

  • Up to 170 Guests
  • Birthday Party
  • Charity Event
  • Christmas Party
  • Cocktail Party
  • Conference
  • Corporate Function
  • Dinner Party
  • Engagement Party
  • Hens & Bucks Night
  • Product Launch
  • Wedding
  • Canapes
  • Degustation
  • Finger Food
  • Set Menu

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Member Reviews (3)


I went here on Friday and was blown away by the exceptional food and the endless view. We had the most amazing platter that was full of fresh seafood, meats & cheeses, it was so big we couldnt finish it. And that view... Where to start water water water


A little bit off the beaten tourist trail, 'Sorrento's' is arguably the best bar in Airlie Beach to watch the sun go down. Located in the old Abel Point Marina complex, its two levels (upstairs restaurant, downstairs bar) overlook yachts in the marina, and to the west & north of Airlie Bay. Inhabited by lots of personable characters off cruising yachts, young dockyard labourers and other marine-oriented salt-encrusted individuals, the bar can get quiet busy. Upstairs is often very quiet, despite the excellent food and wine. Parking is a problem – there just isn't any ! But most locals going there for several 'sun-downers' and a meal, go by taxi - it is safer and more relaxing. Of course the yachties just stagger back to their boats – 'Sorrentos' has that effect on people.


Friendly staff, fantastic pasta. We will come again.