A good seafood restaurant, picturesquely-set on the beach.
As well as eponymous oysters, coming from Grouville Bay, their largely seafood menu also has plenty of interest for confirmed carnivores and vegetarians alike.
Expect the likes of 'Seared Scallop with Chorizo, Tomato & Pea Fricasée and Garlic Butter'; 'Oyster Box Cocktail - smoked salmon, crab, prawns, avocado, iceberg lettuce & marie rose sauce'; 'Rozel Manor Farm Rare-Breed Pork Rillettes with Sour Dough & Cornichons' and 'English Rosary Goats Cheese with Grilled Baby Artichoke, Piquillo Peppers & Puy Lentil Salad' (also offered as a main course) amongst the starters on a late Spring menu.
Depending on the catch, perhaps 'Grilled Brill Fillet with Asparagus & Hollandaise Sauce'; 'Oyster Box Fish & Chips with Pea Purée & Salad'; 'Grilled Lobster - various ways'; 'Roast Peking Duck Breast with San Manzano Tomatoes, French Beans & Garlic and Sautéed Jersey Royal Potatoes' and 'Leek & Wild Mushroom Cannelloni with Asparagus' listed on the offered mains.
Puds might be too hard to resist, with maybe 'Sticky Toffee Pudding with Banana & Toffee Ice Cream'; 'Dark Chocolate, Caramelised Pear & Vanilla Ice Cream Bomb' and 'Pistachio Crème Brulée with Raspberry Sorbet' there to tempt you.
- Food Style: Seafood
- Lunch: Tues-Sun 12.00-14.30 (Sun 15.00); mains about £11 to £42
- Dinner: Mon-Sat 6.00-21.00 (Fri & Sat 21.30); mains about £11 to £42
- Seats: 120, plus 80 outside
- Wine: a well chosen list, includes some island wines, and kicks off at around the £18 mark
- Wheelchair access: Yes
- Directions: See the map at the top of this page
- Closed: 25th & 26th Dec.