Cafes and Restaurants in Huskisson

5 Little Pigs cafe Breakfast


Huskisson Cafes and Restaurants

Places to eat out in Huskisson, Jervis Bay

There are more than the following cafes and restaurants to choose from but this gives visitors to this prime NSW South Coast holiday destination an excellent start. You will enjoy finding the others and working out which ones you like. There really is a large variety to choose from in one of the hottest holiday destinations in NSW.


Cafes

Husky Bakery and Café (The Bakehouse Espresso Group)– we have discount vouchers in the unit for buy one breakfast, the second to same value is ½ price.

https://bakehouseespressogroup.com.au/

Portside Café – a café belonging to Jervis Bay Wild and down on the waterfront at the wharf. Open for Breakfast and lunch, morning and afternoon tea, as well as for dinner sometimes on Friday and Saturday nights as well as special occasions (book ahead). Very enjoyable ambience, good facilities, good food and coffee.  Why not enjoy the cafe and restaurant that is right on Huskisson Harbour?

https://www.jervisbaywild.com.au/portside-cafe/

5 Little Pigs – food is great and excellent value – all day breakfast, lunch or stop for a coffee. Highly recommend and one of our favourite cafes. A very popular place to eat! Voucher in guest folder for breakfast and lunch deal.

https://5littlepigs.com.au/the-menu/

Salty Joe's Café – inspired by the beach loving vibe of South California. Open for breakfast, lunch and sometimes dinner.  A newer and different experience on Owen St!  

http://www.saltyjoes.com.au/

Foodies Delight – takeaway café at 74 Owen Street. You can enjoy your time at the beach with one of their family meal deals.

https://www.facebook.com/Foodies-Delight-Takeaway-1687111184868365/?rf=122016471196752

Pilgrims Cafe for delicious Vegetarian/Mexican. https://www.facebook.com/pilgrimshusky/?rf=104986932921745

Restaurants

Wildginger Restaurant we have vouchers for 10% off dinner at the award winning Wildginger Restaurant specialising in South East Asian Fusion Cuisine – they have begun a platinum mobile kitchen, check their website for details: 

http://www.wild-ginger.com.au/catering.html

We have been to Wildginger and really enjoyed the freshness of the ingredients used and the beautiful combinations of flavours. If you like this cuisine, you will enjoy this restaurant. You can also phone and place an order and then go and collect it and enjoy your dinner back at the apartment. Highly recommend the banquet options and the Panecotta dessert. Why not spoil yourself?

Stonegrill – a very interesting meal experience. Read about it on the following website: http://www.stonegrill.net.au/

We have dined at the Stonegrill and enjoyed the different experience that it offers. Just make sure that if you order chicken or fish/seafood you cook it thoroughly on the special hot stone which is integral to this eating experience.

Husky Wood Fired Pizza – woodfired pizzas and family friendly Italian restaurant – pizzas are great and restaurant is popular. They have great gluten free pizzas as well. View the website for menus, etc. https://www.huskywoodfiredpizza.com.au/

Kanpai Japanese - a newer restaurant in Huskisson is a Japanese restaurant called Kanpai and, if you are interested, you can find out more about it on their website: http://www.kanpaijapanesedining.com.au/ Is very interesting and has become quite popular. They do takeaway lunch between 12 noon and 3:00pm.

The Quarters restaurant opened in November 2017 and is often open for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. Check the board outside the restaurant for opening hours and menu. The Quarters is at 13 Currambene Street next to the Husky Bakery. Bookings would be needed for weekend dining. 

https://www.thequartershuskisson.com.au/

Then there are other restaurants offering the cuisines from:

House of Guangzhou Restaurant (7/57 Owen St, Huskisson) is an excellent Chinese restaurant and has the best water views of any restaurant in Huskisson. https://www.facebook.com/HouseofGuangzhou

Indian: Taj Indian - we’ve been several times and really enjoy it – great curries can be made mild, medium or hot. http://www.tajindian.com.au/

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