This place was suggested to us and the best seafood in Margaret River , but sadly the place was closed permanently
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This restaurant could hold its own in any major city centre. 5 star service and food presented in world class fashion. Highlight of our holiday.
The hotel had just introduce a buffet dinner and it was rather disappointing, especially the food was not kept hot and wasn't value for money.
As seafood lovers and regular restaurant patrons, we were looking forward to a night of delight, but instead our group of 8 were served average meals by unhappy and inattentive staff. The fish was dry and tasteless, the seafood platter was well overpriced and undersized,...More
We had a seafood tower for 2 which was fantastic! Thy only had one marron to serve us so we were treated to the best scallops I have ever tasted - yummm!
Had dinner here on Saturday night with friends and was pleasantly surprised by the setup and ambience. I had expected more of a cafe/ fish and chips place but it's actually quite nice. The welcome was warm and we had a beautifull big comfortable booth...More
This restaurant was recommended by one of the staff at Basildene Manor where we were staying. Grace booked us a table and a taxi ( so we could have wine with dinner ). We enjoyed it so much we went back on the following two...More
We ended up at Katch-Up Seafood Grill on a Monday night, without a reservation, after another restaurant where we had made a booking and they had confirmed, was actually closed when we got there. Katch-Up Seafood Grill was very very good. They were more than...More
Four of us enjoyed every dish served tonight, and the service was impeccable. We loved meals of steak, seafood chowder, muscles, and marron followed by desserts including tiramisu and chocolate fondant cooked to perfection. Being gluten intolerant was no issue with plenty of choices.
Bit a of a joke this restaurant. Bit like Margaret River in general over priced and under delivered. Wine.list was expensive took three tries to find a wine that was actually in stock. Cost $80 for a bottle that should have been 15. Food was...More