Tags: kids menu, late dining, outside area, modern european
Six Keys is located at 6 Keys Street, Beaumaris as its name suggests. The restaurant and bar is a managed and partly owned by David Morley.
Six Keys is Beaumaris definitely bats for Portsea. It has a dual-level interior with enough decorative marine gear on the walls to immediately give that holiday wash that relaxes the body upon entry. Sic Keys has high white ceilings and meld well with polished beige floors and wooden tables in the front section. But the space isnâ€™t all white and bright. The bright walls running either side of the restaurant are black and feature a cluster of gold-framed paintings and a large mirror, bringing warmth back into the open space.
Sic Keys is punchy yet smooth like its menus. Once the food arrives, you culd be anywhere in Melbourne. You will surely be delighted with seared prawns which are coming tassed with steamed mussels and succulent scallops.
Six Keys is perfect for anniversary dinner the kids can share and pretending youâ€™re on a seaside holiday.