With a sign in Spinola at the beautifully panoramic waterfront, displaying a Bistro with a hands on art studio, Two Buoys Restaurant has sparked a somewhat innovational idea of combining art with food, promising you an aesthetically enlifting experience with your dinner. Walking past this tranquil restaurant, furthest away from the madness of the urban area with a perfect gallery watching over the top on a pretty lovely bay, makes you stare at the place and makes your mouth watery before you even get to smell the aroma of their food.
Two Buoys Bistro introduces a team of a trio of siblings with two eponym chefs – the two b(u)oys of the kitchen, and the sister running the team that keeps the pleasant demenour running all night. The two ‘b(u)oys’ in white aprons besides knowing how to keep things alive and itching to try something different, they still make sure to keep their menus relatively compact with things relatively familar and always open to new suggestions without restricting a dish or two for one’s particular taste buds.
What’s more is that despite the location and the perfect backdrop to complement the great variety of sumptuous food in their menu with their homespun character of elegance with minimalist decor and light, sun-kissed ambience inside; between pricy and reasonable, prices are still kept affordable. Enjoying a relaxed, convivial atmosphere, Two Buoys puts a uniquely modern twist on the alluring flavours of authentic Mediterranean cuisine. Passionate about retaining the true spirit of traditional Mediterranean cuisine, they feature the freshest of produce and the finest seasonal ingredients, which are translated into delicious daily creations.
Considering the place is just out of it’s bubble wrap, almost as if tearing it up, it is already off to a good start in spite of the challanges of keeping the calender of artistic works and curating the art with appropriate balanced cuisine. The rather large art exhibition studio spacious as almost the entire restaurant that welcomes big events for parties, is also very encouraging space for anyone especially for artists to interact, practice and exhibit their work.