Discover the best restaurant in Port Campbell, Australia including Waves Cafe Bar and Restaurant, Port Campbell Takeaway, Nico's, 12 Rocks Cafe and Beach Bar, Frying Nemo Fish N Chips, The Alcove Cafe, Port Campbell Hotel Craypot Bistro, Cafe Lords Bakery, Forage on the Foreshore, Grassroots deli cafe
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3.5 based on 487 reviews
Our motel recommended Waves Cafe as well as us looking it up on TripAdvisor. The cafe was fairly busy but we were shown to our table right away. Andrew our server was fantastic, helpful, eager to please and answered all our questions with glee.
We ordered the figs wrapped with prosciutto and stuffed with goat feta - fantastic. A half dozen tasmanian oysters which were delightful and creamy. We both had the grilled lamb rump, medium rare and it was tender and full of flavour. We shared the date and banana sticky pudding which was also one of the best we have ever had!
A great meal and lots of fun.
2.5 based on 155 reviews
The fish and chips here were adequate but nothing really special. Other items on the menu were really overpriced - one single calamari ring cost $2 and it wasn't really clear from the menu that it was priced per piece. Tartare sauce and the like also cost extra!
3.5 based on 416 reviews
Telephone + 61 3 5598 6131
We arrived about 8 and ordered. Friendly senior staff. We had a pizza, nice crust, good flavours and a pasta, well cooked and flavoursome. Good selection of beers, roomy outdoor setting. Strange thing is that on a busy night they stopped taking orders at 2100. Be warned get in early!
4 based on 933 reviews
Telephone + 63 2 5598 6123
Exceptionally busy and had to queue to order food and drinks, two different lines! Food was delicious when it came. Husband had the special kofta and I the superfood salad. Would go back but maybe later as there were just too many people trying to grab tables. Very disorganised as no host to allocate rables
4 based on 196 reviews
Not overly satisfied with this take away place. Food pretty average. Chips soggy and tasteless. I personally found the staff rude. Asked a simple question and got a sarcastic answer. Pretty disappointed, with a novelty name like Frying Nemo definitely needs a make over and some renos. Seating area isn't allow to have food? Really? Chuck the couches and put some tables and chairs.
3.5 based on 190 reviews
Gluten-free options available. Great atmosphere. Excellent friendly service. Good coffee and possibly the best breakfast I've ever eaten!
Opens early for breakfast 0600 Closes 2 pm. Breakfast is good. Granola and yoghurt with berries is yum and filling. Coffee good. Scrambled eggs average. ( wouldn’t recommend scrambled eggs) A few Outside tables. Herald Sun daily paper available to read.
3.5 based on 167 reviews
Visited for dinner on Thursday 1st March. The staff are friendly, a typical country pub with casual dining, what you would expect from the beach side location. The menu seemed expensive but when the meals arrived they were generous portions and tasted great.
2.5 based on 51 reviews
Basically only survives because the deli across the road gets full and one off visitors to port campbell don't come back or leave signs warning fellow travellers away. Toilet is 5 minutes walk away, plastic cheese rules (it still exists!), microwaved burgers, surly service... I could go on, but I wasted $50 and half an hour of my life here.
4.5 based on 170 reviews
Forage on the Foreshore is a cafe restaurant opposite the Port Campbell Foreshore. Serving locally roasted specialty coffee by Cartel Roasters and meals that include locally foraged, grown and produced ingredients.
This gorgeously located, family run restaurant is an absolute winner. We live nearby and have steadily worked our way through the menu, going back time and again for our favourites (the abalone, the French toast, the bacon and eggs). Sam Anderson, the chef, has a passion for “paddock to plate” and “sea to plate” food that is lip lickingly delicious and flavourful. The view is straight out to Port Campbell bay, the decor is hip and welcoming, there is colouring for the kids, records play on a genuine turnstile and the service is warm and smiley. Don’t miss this gem if you’re in Port Campbell.
4.5 based on 48 reviews
Freshly prepared foods using local produce. Casual style cafe with a range of deli items and retail products for purchase. Woodfire pizzas friday and sat night. Our kitchen closes 3pm daily. Ope for coffee and cake til 5pm weekdays and 4pm weekends
Grassroots deli is without doubt the best eatery in Port Campbell. The food , service ,staff and location are all of a high standard. Oh and by the way the coffee is outstanding. If your are in Port Campbell eat here at least once,you will not be disappointed
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