Hubs and I shared a dozen- 1/2 natural 1/2 kilpatric with a local white wine each. Tasty. Friendly service
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Its great here if you are a connoisseur of oysters. And grab a drink too to wash them down. Friendly and helpful staff.
Landing on KI this was the perfect place to have lunch. Not spacious, but the seafood is fresh and you don't have to wait long for it. The baby abalone, mussles and oysters were hits with our group. You could also purchase and take with...More
We wanted to stop by on our way back, we were 10 mins late (closes at 3pm), so made a special trip back the next day. It's a very small place, with really nowhere to stand whilst waiting for the order. Was interested to try...More
We called in here on our way to the ferry and even though the kitchen was closed, the man working was more than happy to keep it open for us. We had the natural oysters, Kirkpatrick oysters, soy and ginger oysters and the baby abalone....More
We love to try local food when visiting new areas and the Kangaroo Island oysters and abalone was top of our list, As well as fresh options there are also smoked oysters and mussels plus other cooked seafood. We had lunch accompanied with some local...More
The owner shared a lot of knowledge with us.The oysters were fresh and tasted wonderful.it was a good experience glad we stopped by.
We loved this place. It is very casual and not fancy. But the seafood was great. We tried our first smoked oysters here and loved them. Also we ate abalini here. A nice little farm stand that has a small restaurant in it. Many people...More
Oysters are farmed in American River and available fresh from the Oyster Farm Shop (along with other fresh seafood). Early days as this is a small cafe and certainly nothing elaborate. The food though, is excellent and local wine is available. Well worth a visit...More