We’re an award-winning beachside bistro with three gorgeous guest rooms. Situated on stunning Waiheke Island, The Inn’s perfectly located in the heart of Oneroa village, with gorgeous views across the bay.
|Accepts credit cards||Yes|
|Licence||This venue is licenced|
|Food Options||Gluten free, Vegetarian|
Products and specialities
Seafood restaurant, bar, private events room, retail shop, luxury boutique hotel rooms.
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Came here on Wednesday for a work lunch/meeting and the choices from the menu were to die for! I had never tried oysters before, but I tried some that were fresh and local from the morning. They were so good, I found a new love for oysters! The meeting room was well air conditioned and the service by the members at the oyster inn were perfect. If our looking a small get away from the hussle if the city- then a quick trip to the oyster inn is a must! The view from our table was also amazing! Can't wait to come back :)
Don't you just love the ferry trip to Waiheke? It's like leaving Auckland without really leaving Auckland since it's such a quick trip but a great way to unwind and leave the city behind you. The Oyster Inn is the perfect place to treat yourself to some luxury, whether you're celebrating a special occasion or just want to treat yourself. The kitchen is open all day and they serve beautiful artisanal food with an emphasis on local produce and seafood. Fresh oysters are a speciality (hence the name). I love the elegant feel of this place, it's so simply decorated but is still luxurious in every way and if you visit for a meal, it's really tempting to stay in one of their chic rooms. Definitely a must-see on Waiheke.
You want glamour, you want fun, you want style, you something special to get you out of your Auckland routine. You want close, so go to Waiheke. But not for a hippie experience. Andrew Glenn and Jonathan Rutherford-Best are international New Zealanders who have come back after the Big Life Overseas and created this fun spot on Waiheke. The rooms are minimalist. Let’s call them bach style. The food is fine. But if you want to have fun, drink some champagne, eat some oysters, have a few laughs with some pals and a fun weekend while being spoilt with great service this is the spot.
We had a business lunch with our Brand Designer Eduardo from C6. I had read about The Oyster Inn business and was keen to try it out. As well as pizzas I love to bake bread, and your seeded bread that I was informed you made on site is devine. But then it would have to be to match the food, service and view. Am not sure if we did much business but we certainly enjoyed your hospitality and food.
I took another visit to the Oyster Inn. This time I actually ate oysters (despite being slightly anti the whole idea of them)! These were Stewart Island oysters, and cost $7 a pop but were well worth it, they were the biggest and best oysters I’ve ever tried. Oyster Inn is a must do on Waiheke, the whole place is so plush and cool you'll swear you're in the Hamptons.