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Saturday, June 20, 2015

Oyster Bay Seafood Restaurant, Mandaue City, Cebu

If you’re looking for a restaurant that offers FRESH seafood without having the need to travel to the seaside, then Oyster Bay Seafood Restaurant is the right place for you! Located at Bridges Town Square in Plaridel St. Alang-alang Mandaue City, Oyster Bay Seafood Restaurant has a beach ambiance with their own aquariums & saltwater lagoon where they keep their LIVE seafood ranging from the humblest guso and lato to large prawns, crabs, and lobsters.

They also have a variety of shellfish such talaba (oysters), diwal, white clams and saang. You can make your own selections from these live seafood and choose from several of their delectable cooking suggestions.

When we went there on my birthday, my very first impression of the place was, WOW! Though the restaurant is not really that big, I just love the beach ambiance on their al fresco dining area (where they even have coconut trees!).

But my most favorite is their saltwater lagoon that hosts live baby sharks (as an eye feast only!), and where they also keep their guso, lato, and other small shellfish.

Guso, Lato, Saang

My kid’s favorite though is the white beach sand around the lagoon --- she even asked where her bucket and shovel are coz she wanted to make sand castles, LOL!

If you don’t want to dine al fresco, they do have air- conditioned rooms where you can still have a view of the lagoon.

Aside from live seafood, they also have set menus where you can choose a wide variety of non-seafood meals such as lechon kawali, pork barbeque, pochero, pasta, and so much more.

They also have air-conditioned function rooms for your banquet and party needs, in which they offer party packages.

Food and ambiance-wise, I really loved dining at Oyster Bay Seafood Restaurant. My personal favorite on their menu so far is the The Oysterbay Crab (note that this is quite spicy), and I also like their Adobo Bamboo Rice. My wallet on the other hand though thinks otherwise. LOL! To be perfectly honest it is quite a bit pricey, especially their seafood specials but in my own opinion though it is totally understandable (seafood is always expensive), and worth the price since you are always guaranteed of fresh and delicious seafood.

The Oysterbay Crab. Because one is just not enough! ;)

Adobo Bamboo Rice. Yum!
I'll surely be looking forward to our next visit there. But next time we will order their unlimited rice & bottomless iced tea to cut down a bit on our bill, LOL!

For more information on Oyster Bay Seafood Restaurant (including a complete information on their menu), you may check their website at or give them a call at (032) 344-7038.

Payments accepted are cash and major credit cards.

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1 Comment:

Hotel in Clark said...

My favorite in this post is the oysters. I feel hungry to these good photos you've shared.

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