Time Out says
You'll be sitting in a dining room that soars above the gentle cyan curve of Apollo Bay. It's a good place to be. Chris's Restaurant has been squatting happily on the hill here for 20 years. The room is adorned with portraits of the man himself, dog in tow, and his apparent love of earth'n'sea translates right onto the plate. Seafood and Greek influences rule: pockets of squid stuffed with pinenuts, spinach and sultanas on a fresh tomato, basil salad; the flakiest of baklava, filled with walnuts and bathing in a delicate pool of spiced honey syrup. Make sure to grab one of Chris's cabins so you're only toppling distance from wine bottle to bed.