Places to eat in Exmouth are an enjoyable experience

Places to eat in Exmouth are an enjoyable experience

Places to eat in Exmouth and surrounding areas

Restaurants located in the Exmouth town centre

Places to eat in Exmouth town centre consist of a  Bakery with daily coffee and cake specials, The Social Society Cafe specializing in Vegan foods https://www.facebook.com/thesocialsocietyexmouth/ ,Bluelips Fish & Chips selling locally caught fresh fish and the usual extras and three restaurants consisting of Froth Craft Restaurant/Microbrewery click  for more info, See Salt http://www.seesalt.com.au, and the Golden Orchid Chinese.

The Truscott Memorial Club often serve food on Friday nights. Cooked fresh to order off the menu by the Ningaloo Cooking Studio and very good value.  Although this club is for members visitors are welcomed and can be signed in at the bar.  They often have different events and shows on and are family friendly. See flyer below for more info.

Restaurants around Exmouth town

The main road into town has four unique Restaurants. Whalers where Visitors can dine outside overlooking the lovely pool area http://whalersrestaurant.com.au. Caddilac's Honky Tonk Bar & Grill where you can often see the local emus up close when dining outside  http://cadillacsbar.com.au. The BBQ Father specializing in smoked meats and Italian cuisine and also has a lovely outside pool area http://thebbqfather.com.au. The Potshot Hotel specializes in Stone Grill cooking dine in or sit by the outside pool.  This Restaurant also has an outside children's activity area http://www.potshotresort.com/view/bars-restaurants.

Off the main road is the Adrift Cafe which is currently BYO alcohol  and has special feature dinner nights such as curry night. Adrift is also open from 9.30 am to 2pm for breakfast and lunch http://www.adriftcafe.com.au/

Places to eat in Exmouth around town also include Planet Burgers Van, Short Order Van, and Bean Gypsy Van and are all mobile eateries that park in various spots around town. You can buy your meal and eat it in the park under the stars.

Some of the Food Vans open for lunch during busy periods.

[caption id="attachment_1128" align="alignleft" width="300"]Whalers Restaurant Whalers Restaurant[/caption]

[caption id="attachment_1104" align="aligncenter" width="200"]The BBQ Father's Smoked Meats The BBQ Father's Smoked Meats[/caption]

Exmouth Marina

On the Marina there is Mantarays Restaurant & Bar which is part of the Novotel Resort dining outside has lovely views to the pool and ocean http://novotelningaloo.com.au/ningaloo-restaurant-and-bar.html and the Exmouth Game Fishing Club Nemos Cafe & Sand Bar where you can relax under the shade with panoramic views of the ocean and watch boats moving in and out of the Marina.  The fishing club is also home to the annual GAMEX fishing tournament usually held each March click for more info.  Not far from the Novotel Resort is the Yacht Club situated close to the Town Beach and on most Sundays you can enjoy an all you can eat roast buffet with Friday nights having a varied menu (check for other opening times).

[caption id="attachment_1100" align="alignleft" width="300"]Mantarays Restaurant & Bar Novotel Resort Mantarays Restaurant & Bar Novotel Resort[/caption]

[caption id="attachment_1101" align="alignright" width="300"]Nemos Cafe & Sandbar Exmouth Fishing Club Nemos Cafe & Sandbar Exmouth Fishing Club[/caption]

[caption id="attachment_1102" align="aligncenter" width="300"]Exmouth Yacht Club Exmouth Yacht Club[/caption]

Exmouth Restaurants just a little further out of Town

Places to eat in Exmouth surrounds include Yardie Creek Homestead onsite restaurant offers the Visitor wholesome home cooking (check for opening times) click for more info

A 1.5 hour drive south of Exmouth takes you to beautiful Coral Bay on the Ningaloo Reef. If you don't have a car you can hire one or go on a bus tour click for more info. Places to eat at Coral Bay include Bills Tavern, Fins Cafe, Ningaloo Reef Cafe and Coral Resort Bakery

[caption id="attachment_1097" align="alignleft" width="300"]Fin's Cafe Coral Bay Fin's Cafe Coral Bay[/caption]

[caption id="attachment_1131" align="aligncenter" width="300"]Bill's Tavern Coral Bay Bill's Tavern Coral Bay[/caption]

Most of the Restaurants offer locally caught seafood and trend towards Modern Australian Cuisine.  There is something to suit everyone's taste buds and children are also well catered for. You will be spoilt for choice.  Exmouth and surrounds have amazing food with amazing views.

 

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