Discover the best restaurant in Coles Bay, Australia including The Edge Restaurant, Richardson's Bistro, The Bay Restaurant, Iluka Tavern, Freycinet Marine Farm, Freycinet Bakery Cafe, Geographe Restaurant + Espresso Bar, Hazards Brewing Coffee Co
Things to do in Coles Bay
4 based on 230 reviews
Edge of the Bay Resort is a boutique resort on the Freycinet Peninsula on Tasmania's East Coast. A privately owned property consisting of 14 Ocean View Suites, 7 Secluded Cottages and 'The Edge Restaurant'; on 30 acres of beach front overlooking Great Oyster Bay and 'The Hazards' Mountains.
Superb meal with an incredible view from our table on the balcony by the bar. We had speciality charcoal bread while we waited for our fish of the day and seafood pasta, and ending with possibly the best keylime pie we have ever tasted! The wine was good too!
3.5 based on 226 reviews
After enjoying one of the spectacular walks around Freycinet National Park, we invite you to relax and enjoy the calm and casual atmosphere of Richardson’s Bistro. Watch the peaceful seaside town of Coles Bay from the bistro as you enjoy the tasty, casual meals and tempting snacks. Choose from seafood, our range of lodge burgers, a steak, grazing plates, morning and afternoon tea and, of course, the delightful dessert menu. Drop in for lunch or a snack and recharge your batteries before heading out again to delight in the unique beauty of the National Park. Or after a long and energising day, grab a relaxed early dinner before putting your feet up in your cabin.
Read the reviews on this place beforehand, and many of them were negative, but thought we'd give it a try anyway. Our lunch, a burger and scones and cream, were fine, and delivered within 10 minutes by a friendly member of staff. Coffees were good...MoreDear DidsterBenalla, Thank you for stopping by to enjoy a meal with us and enjoy the fantastic view. Since taking over ownership of Freycinet Lodge we have been upgrading and enhancing the property and there is still plenty left to come. Kind regards, Brad
4 based on 245 reviews
Superb contemporary dining at Freycinet Lodge, overlooking Great Oyster Bay. The Bay is renowned for its outstanding seafood and is consistently rated as one of the east coast of Tasmania's best restaurants.
Friday night dinner.
The thing that struck us straight away was that the venue was dull and a little worn. It definitely felt like it had seen better days.
Not a cheap restaurant- the wine list in particular is a little over the top.
The service was friendly but a little stilted - we felt like we were part of a live test for a hospitality college.
The meals were the saviour here. All meals were outstanding.
I’m not sure if I’d go again because it felt a bit dated but I think it’s the best in the area if you’re not a guest at the likes of Sapphire.
We requested a table at the window but with hindsight I would have sat at the front of the elevated level so the view is easier to enjoy.
3.5 based on 229 reviews
Nice dining room, very friendly service and plenty to choose from on the menu. Adults enjoyed the scotch fillet and chicken schnitzel, while the 7yo devoured the sausages and mash and 2yo was pleased to face off with a typical nuggets and chips meal! No room for dessert! The kids room was closed but this would be a major bonus when it’s back in action.
4 based on 271 reviews
Freycinet marine farm is a Oyster and Mussel farm located on the Freycinet peninsula. As part of their farm they have a farm gate produce stall where they sell their Oysters and Mussels freshly harvested. They also sell Local Rock lobster, Scallops, Abalone and Local wine and Beer. They have a simple hot food menu to eat on there picnic tables.They are open daily 9-5pm and Finish cooking at 4.30pm daily. You can buy fresh seafood to take away or eat on the deck.In winter June, July and August we are open 10-4pm daily.
This place was chockers at lunchtimer with a couple of busloads of tourists plus other travellers. Plenty of outdoor Seating options. Great range of seafood from lobster to sea urchin to the usual prawns, oysters, scallops, calamari etc etc. We just had the oysters - done 3 ways - and all good although not the biggest (they had bigger ones available au natural). Definitely worth a visit. Staff ran a well oiled service and coped pretty well with large numbers. Patrons are expected to clean up after their meal - fair enough too.
3 based on 121 reviews
We stopped here to have coffee as it was close to the Quad Bike starting point. My daughter sadly had to pay $6.00 for each coffee and they were terrible. Do yourself a favour and head to the other coffee shop further around which we learnt later. This was was recommended by locals.
4.5 based on 54 reviews
GÉOGRAPHE RESTAURANT + ESPRESSO BAR Open 7 days for Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner in the heart of Coles Bay. Géographe specialises in local produce (especially seafood), wood fired pizzas, great coffee & spectacular views.
Good friendly staff I had the Panco crumbed fish with salad and chips nice freshly prepared look good on the plate and tasted real good. Wife had the Quenoa Salad and roasted vegetables with feta cheese, wife really enjoyed real good quantity nearly beat her but she finished the lot with a smile. We thoroughly enjoyed the service food and staff.
5 based on 2 reviews
Boutique Coffee Van Specializing in Tasmanian roasted coped, Tassie teas and freshly baked goods.
Cool little coffee van, great coffee, selection of food available too! Moves around, not always in this listed located. Found more info on social media.
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