It's a sign! Positioned high atop the restaurant, you'll find this cool looking sign for Sebastian's Bistro, complete with a cute little "Sebastian" in the middle.
This is the front of Sebastian's Bistro, as seen from the air.
Just outside the main entrance doors to Sebastian's, you'll find a menu board with prices.
Here's a looks at the Caribbean Pull-apart Rolls from the Appetizer section of the menu.
The Caribbean Pull-apart Rolls come with three accompaniments to sample, (from left to right), Jamaican Jerk Oil, Onion Jam, and Guava Butter.
The Pull-apart Rolls have many flaky layers that you can peel away, eating one layer at a time.
Peeling each layer away from the bread gives you plenty of opportunities to try the three accompaniments.
Flavor-wise, these are pretty much parker house rolls, yeasty and a little doughy. There's not much you can do about the doughyness though (if doughy isn't your thing), they're golden brown on the outside, so baking them just a bit longer would mean they would be harder to pull apart, and possibly get burned.
Jamaican Jerk Oil is one of the Pull-apart Roll accompaniments.
Onion Jam is another one of the Pull-apart Roll accompaniments.
Rounding out the accompaniments for the Caribbean Pull-apart Rolls is this Guava Butter.
Caribbean Pull-apart Rolls with Guava Butter, Onion Jam, and Jamaican Jerk Oil are served with four rolls for $12 (2019).
You won't find Sebastian in too many places inside the restaurant. In fact, this little guy on the menu and on one large wall painting, are about the only two places I recall seeing him.
This is the
Grilled Skirt Steak served with Crispy Yuca, Baby Bell Peppers, and Chimichurri.
The Grilled Skirt Steak is (more or less) served "bowl" style, with everything all piled together.
Grilled Skirt Steak served with Crispy Yuca, Baby Bell Peppers, and Chimichurri is on the menu at $28.00 (2019).
Like the looks of this Turkey Club sandwich with Jicama Slaw and Fries? Too bad it was on the lunch menu. Sebastian's Bistro is only open for dinner at this time.
Oh the many layers of a Turkey Club.
This little basket that the french fries came in, is a great plating idea!
The side dishes are very cool looking at Sebastians Bistro. This is a side of Jicama Slaw.
The dining area at Sebastian's Bistro is basically in the form of an "L". This is the "front" of the dining area (the check-in booth is at the far end of this photo).
The area is generally bright and only slightly nautical. It's a very tasteful, modern Caribbean design system.
These light fixtures are very cool! They only hang in the "front" section of the dining area (the back section has much higher ceilings).
I try really hard not to make editorial comments in the captions, but really... these 24 inch tables really shouldn't be pushed right up against the wall like that. It's just too tight.
Here's a long shot of the "back" of the dining area at Sebastian's Bistro.
There aren't too many tables for large groups at Sebastian's. Here's a photo of one of them though.
At the far-end of the back dining area is a painting with Sebastian! Yay!!! We finally found him!
Here's a look at the back-half of the main dining area, taken while standing in the very back.
There's a really cool, large deck along the front of Sebastian's Bistro. Unfortunately, it also mostly obstructs the view of the water from inside the restaurant, if you happen to be seated by a window.