CROWNEPLAZA Terrigal’s signature restaurant, Seasalt, overlooks the Norfolk pinestudded namesake Nswcentral coast beach and offers a finedining degustation menu that reads like a fisherman’s haul, with the meaty bonuses of slowbraised pork cheek and white Pyrenees lamb loin ($105; order in advance). Seasalt also has a two-course menu for $40, with choices such as an entree of beetroot tart tatin, salad of roasted fennel, red shallots, radicchio, walnuts and ricotta and, for a main, king salmon risotto, enoki and shimeji mushrooms and asparagus and pea salsa. More: crowneplazaterrigal.com.au. ARMCHAIR TRAVELLER Nefertiti and the Lost Dynasty: State-of-the-art science arrives in Egypt’s history-rich Valley of the Kings near Luxor to investigate a legendary family of pharoahs who ruled 3000 years ago. Are the remains of Queen Nefertiti among previously unidentified mummies? Tonight, 7.30pm, History Channel. The Restaurant Inspector: Fernando Peire from the successful Ivy in London tries to sort out struggling restaurants but without the expletives of Gordon Ramsay in Kitchen Nightmares; tonight he’s at a woeful ‘‘Greek-themed’’ eatery in Somerset. Tuesday, 8.30pm, Lifestyle.