4 based on 404 reviews
1802 Oyster Bar is situated in beautiful Coffin Bay overlooking the pristine waters and oyster leases that have made the town, and it's oysters world famous. Utilising the freshest high quality local seafood on their doorstep and the amazing array of fres
Thoroughly enjoyed our choice of dishes at the relaxing bistro. Had a good range of flavours to choose from with the oysters, chilled and cooked. Husband had the duck Bao ban for main and I had the slow cooked octopus with chorizo and sweet potato. Was soooooo good.
4 based on 28 reviews
Oyster HQ celebrates all that is fantastic about our fresh and abundant Eyre Peninsula Seafood and produce. Our menu showcases the best of our fabulous Coffin Bay Oysters, fresh and in-season seafood, and local produce with share platters, ideal for a slo
We visited with a small group, having made a booking to enjoy the tour and in-water shucking lesson and fresh oyster tasting, and a seafood lunch. The whole experince was outstanding-the staff were engaging and informative; the shucking exercise was a challenge; the meal options were very difficult to choose from. The whole group of ten of us were full of praise for the entire experince there.
3 based on 92 reviews
Coffin Bay Hotel serve great meals in a great Pub. Come and meet the locals. The Pub in the Scrub
Stayed in Coffins last week. Ate here daily. Casual feel. Pleasant staff. Loved the Oysters. Both Natural and Kilpatrick. Perfect!! Nice quenching beers. I loved the KG whiting dish. Crispy golden batter and how you present the salad with it. The fine slice of capsicum and dressing. Costs nothing and adds so much to the dish. Better than tired limp leaves I get in other pubs with no dressing. Your caesar salad was one of the best and puts many cafes and pubs in Adelaide to shame. Met Sally too! who is a lovely dog after you get to know her but confronting at first...and I am a dog person. Maybe not everyone's cup of tea.
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