Unassuming super fresh fish and seafood. Friendly service and a family feel. All members of the family loved it.
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The Oysterage was recommended to us by a friend. It was indeed worth travelling the distance to get some flavourful sea food. Everything was delicious and we ordered more. (see pictures) We didn't give 5 stars because the experience (decor) lets the place down a...More
Having spent the bank holiday in Orford we had our last evening meal of the trip at The Butley Oysterage. A fitting way to end a holiday- very friendly staff, great atmosphere and top notch seafood- I could quite happily eat my body weight in...More
Went for a mid week lunch after visiting Orford Ness. We were disappointed as the service was very slow and the food lack-lustre. The smoked trout was too just-out -of the-chiller- cold/solid and the smoked prawns were as small size and lacking in flavour -...More
Really simple bistro style good value for money and fantastic fresh fish. Oysters delicious and the smoked mixed fish starter was beautiful- especially the smoked fish roe and trout. Had skate wing with caper butter and stunning sea bass. Lovely home made lemon syllabub. Definitely...More
Having been on a short river trip, all eight of us were looking forward to our lunch and we weren't disappointed. This a friendly, easy going restaurant with very good fish dishes and a good wine list. The staff were friendly and knowledgable and if...More
What could be nicer than a cold bottle of prosecco and half a dozen sparkling fresh meaty oysters for lunch on a warm afternoon in August? Staff very friendly, food excellent, decor simple, definitely nothing pretentious here. Just a perfect lunch.
We dined on a Saturday evening, and were guided upstairs where it was empty (and therefore rather lacking in atmosphere, although it filled up later). We ordered a starter of devils on horseback (oysters wrapped in bacon) to share and were rather disappointed to see...More
We made a last minute booking and got put in the back room which is not a particularly wonderful place to be. It was quiet and soulless whereas the front room seemed really buzzy. We felt left out and ignored. When booking ask where you...More
We visited Orford Castle and attempted to eat at this place after it was recommended to us the night before. We arrived around 2.15pm on entering the building (via a door that had no opening times displayed) we were asked, abruptly, by a member of...More