Where to eat in Eurodoballa

The Eurobodalla’s pristine fresh and salt waters, along with its fertile soils, make the region prime country for some of the world’s best seafood and produce.

Taking advantage of this plethora of fresh meat and produce is The Mossy Café in the quaint Eurobodalla town of Mossy Point. Owned and run by local Belinda Dorset, The Mossy Café is big on using local, seasonal produce to create a range of fresh, healthy dishes. There you can try the Korean-style ‘Seoul Bowl’, the ‘Keto Eggs Benny’, and a whole range of other brekky and brunch options. Together with Guerrilla Roasters, The Mossy Café staff roast their own coffee in-house, so you know the brews are fresh. There is both indoor and outdoor dining options, and a dedicated space for local female artists to show and sell their works.

Where to eat in Eurodoballa

With Eurobodalla's pristine fresh and salt waters, and fertile soil, this makes the region prime country for some of the world's best seafood and the ability to grow the freshest of produce! 🍤See our website for more on Eurobodalla: https://www.sydneyweekender.com.au/where-to-eat-in-eurodoballa/

Posted by Sydney Weekender on Wednesday, 18 September 2019

Fine dining is usually something you’d associate with being in a city, but in Batemans Bay lies The Sand Bar — a Japanese-inspired restaurant that is the owner of a prestigious Chef’s Hat. Owner and Head Chef, David Tinker, has worked in top restaurants across the globe, and has brought his skills and passions back to his hometown of Batemans Bay, to create a truly extraordinary menu that takes advantage of the incredible local seafood found in the Eurobodalla. The restaurant also has a small bar area, where guests can enjoy pre- and post-dinner drinks!