The Oyster Shack
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Fabulous quality fresh fish restaurant in a rustic, fun, family friendly setting (brightly coloured interiors with plastic tablecloths). Not cheap but a wonderful treat for the family. The kids love the sticky toffee pudding and we love the shack mussels!
Excellent seafood restaurant with spectacular views. Good food in a relaxed atmosphere.
My guests tell me this is great beware of the tidal road. Check your tide times!
This restaurant is a drive away (along a lovely tidal road) but an absolute must if you like fresh seafood! Delicious oysters, crab, mussels and lobster... www.oystershack.co.uk
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