Tathra restaurants and cafes source seasonal, locally-grown produce where possible. Farm fresh eggs, vegetables, fruits and olives from local orchards, herbs from local gardens.The Sapphire Coast with its unpolluted water has an abundance of marine life providing plenty of fresh seafood for our plate.
Local delicous and creamy oysters, Eden mussels, prawns, black fish, flathead, bream, lobster, abalone and much more. The freshly shucked Wapengo and Nelson Lagoon oysters have been winning awards for the past 10 years, and can be purchased direct from Tathra's oyster growers.
Planning a picnic by the water's edge, a spot of lunch at a cafe, or looking for a dining experience, you choose.
OPEN 7 days Lunch 12-2pm (-2.30pm FRI/SAT/SUN) Dinner 6-8pm (-8.30pm FRI/SAT) -Gluten free options, vegetarian options, kids menu, desserts and tea/espresso coffee available. -Seasonal regular menu plus 'Black board specials'. Courtesy Bus Available.
For bookings call 02 6494 1101 http://tathrahotel.com.au/ 8-12 Bega Street, Tathra NSW 2550
Set in the historical Harbourmaster’s House at the top of town.
Fat Tony’s has become one of Tathra’s best known night time destinations. Open since 2007 an extensive renovation to the original building has created a bar, and dining spaces, that people constantly describe as having ‘a great feel.’ The team at Fat Tony’s aim to provide a consistent experience, with quality dining in a relaxed, friendly and often buzzing atmosphere.
From a couples night out to family dinners or work parties, or just dropping in for a drink, locals and visitors (many once/twice a year ‘locals’) are always welcome.
Regular hours for dinner are Tuesday to Saturday night with the bar open from 5:30. Hours are extended during holidays and long weekends.
With limited space it's always appreciated if you could call for a booking on 02 6494 4550. Cheers, Ant and the team.
61 Andy Poole Drive. To book call 02 6494 1483.
Come to Mimosa for your next fine dining experience. The 200 acre property lies in a coastal valley between pristine beaches and national parks, where fine regional wines are grown and served with beautiful, fresh and locally-sourced food. The menu changes daily to reflect the availability of seasonal ingredients, with many organically grown. Drystone Restaurant, designed by one of Australia’s best-known architects, Daryl Jackson, sits above the vineyards with a sweeping view of the surrounding national parks. Come and try some wine at our cellar door, enjoy lunch or dinner on the deck overlooking the mountains and enjoy a wood-fired pizza on the terrace during summer. Find out what's on the menu @ www.mimosawines.com.au
A great place to have a meal. A variety of meals with fresh local produce including Pizza from Thursdays through to the weekend. Open for lunches from 12:00 till 2:00pm and Dinner from 6:00pm till 8:30pm. For bookings call 02 6494 4925. Find out what's on the menu by visiting www.tathrabowlo.com.au
After a round of golf, a hit at tennis, or after completing one of the bike tracks that start from the Country Club, share in some Asian fare at the Tathra Beach Country Club's Restaurant. For bookings call 02 6494 1220. www.tathrabeachcountryclub.com
The Tathra Wharf has changed roles in recent years, but is still the hub of activity in Tathra.
Today the Wharf houses a Maritime museum upstairs and underneath it the Wharf Locavore offers scrumptious fare, great coffee, refreshments, and great service. A gallery showcases the talent of Tathra's local artists, plus a fine selection of jewellery.
Out on the restored platform the fishing is keen, with bait and tackle available, and the view is spectacular, more so when the whales and dolphins are in the bay.
What a place to sit back, relax and fully enjoy your stay in Tathra.
Famous for great Toby Estate coffee, Blend @ Tathra is a popular meeting place where you will find many locals stopping by for coffee and the variety of locally made cakes and pies. Fresh meats, cheeses and breads, as well as quality home and kitchen ware can be found @ Blend. Pick up that great gift from the range of body products, jewellery, fine and gourmet foods, and kitchenware. Peruse the locally produced spices and oils.
Open early seven days a week, the Bakehaus brings you fresh ciabatta, olive baquettes, croissants, pies, quiches, wraps, and an assortment of delicious baked treats for you to enjoy. Just across the beach on Andy Poole Drive.
A delicious menu and sensational coffee.
Whether you want to catch up with friends for a Sunday breaky or you are looking for the ultimate venue for that special occasion, this is definitely the place, now complete with licensed bar - The Coolroom! To find out what's on the menu, visit http://www.tathrabeachcafe.com.au
Tathra Oysters are Award Winning Oysters and have taken out over 130 titles and received many accolades. Among these are Champion Exhibitor at the Sydney Royal Fine Food Show from 2001 to 2013, the President's Medal, Australia's Best Product from the Sea, and Most Beautiful Oyster. Tathra Oysters are a taste of the South Coast. Imagine an oyster growing area in the middle of a National Park. No habitation or agriculture in the catchment. No other contamination. No it’s not a dream. This paradise for oyster growing is at Tathra. Tatha Oysters only sell Sydney Rock Oysters which are grown in the pristine waters of Nelson’s Lake, Mimosa Rocks National Park. The oysters can be purchased direct from Tathra Oysters as you come into Tathra on your right. To find out more, visit www.tathraoysters.com.au
Souvlaki wraps, fish n chips, home-made icecream, fresh salads - all served with a smile. Find them on Andy Poole Drive across from the Beach.