Great food and service on a sunny Monday looking over the water. Recommendations by the Maitre D was spot on!
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I came for lunch with my parents last week. We were not disappointed. We had 1 market fish and 2 lots of fish and chips (triple cooked chips) It was all lovely. Very fresh and well presented. The chips were very crunchy and not greasy....More
Came here with the family and we shared a plate of a dozen Oysters, although I didn't eat any the feedback from our group was that they were amazing and the service from the staff was top notch. They also had great sides and a...More
We watched the sunset from the balcony whilst listening to a little jazz band on a Sunday afternoon enjoying the local oysters and fish - OMG they were amazing. The staff - Rosie was just brillant and really made our day there. It was just...More
We found this place through tripadvisor and I think the reviews here are pretty acurate. They have great oysters! You should definitely try Waiheke oysters. The best I had in my life...
Perfect sundowner on the terrace with Te Matuku oysters and local brews and Waiheke wine. Very friendly.
Located in the heart of Oneroa, we enjoyed the some of the best oysters NZ has to offer. My wife and I tried the Bluff oyster, oysters from Coromandel and local ones. The verdict is split as my wife rated the local oyster the best,...More
What I think is fantastic about the Oyster Inn is that you pay for the quality that you get. The food is all wonderful, fresh, delicious and amazing. Same with the service. And then the view! Really should be voted best restaurant in NZ. Cant...More
We had Salmon and John Dory and they were both great but the Salmon from the south Island was really awesome. Overall we both enjoyed the meal and decided that it was the best meal in our two weeks on the road together