Great setting but food very bland and boring. Fish of the day had no flavour and fish and chips very average. Oysters looked good so perhaps we chose the wrong spot.
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My mate has a bach on Oneroa, so we went here on recommendation, it was rubbish, the wine was VASTLY overpriced, the food decidedly mediocre and the service too fast and overly attentive from girls who clearly didnt know much about the menu. Save yourself...More
Had a fantastic evening meal on the terrace even though quite windy, the plastic drop down curtains did the trick. Food was fabulous especially the rolled pav.
This is my favorite restaurant in Waiheke! The view on the veranda is absolutely stunning! Try to go there for dinner & enjoy the sunset while you eat the most delicious oysters with a nice wine The food absolutely fantastic and the service is very...More
There was food envy when two of the group got the fish and chips. Big serving of very fresh fish in light batter and three times cooked chips. Good service and meals and drinks at reasonable prices.
That is said in a positive way expected to be paying the earth , but was pleasantly surprised at the pricing meals came inclusive of sides good selection of seafood , and food quality was of a high standard wines prices espec for local wines...More
Great menu and friendly service. We sat outside on the terrace with a lovely view of the setting sun. Perfect, relaxed evening in gorgeous environment. Enjoyed all of dinner and especially loved the fresh, chilled oysters! amazing.
Just arrived from Denmark to a wineproducing Island we looked forward to have a nice meal and a bottle of wine. We looked at the menu at street level and saw the prices of wine. 16-18-20 NZD. We entered, sat down and discovered that these...More
I’ve never spent $27 on fish and chips... I’ve also never been so disappointed with such a basic meal. The fish portion was small and the chips had a metallic taste. I heard good things about this restaurant, so i was quite disappointed, especially considering...More
Visiting Auckland for the first time, we had heard about Waiheke Island (a pleasant 35 minute ferry trip from Auckland city) and read about The Oyster Inn specifically so booked ahead as part of our trip. We were not disappointed. The restaurant is perfectly positioned...More