The Oyster Bar is ideally located in the Elizabeth Quay Precinct in Perth’s CBD overlooking the prestigious Swan River. Enjoy views from our level one indoor area or why not pop up to our roof top bar to enjoy impeccable views of the river, across to South Perth and the city above. There’s no better place to take advantage of Perth’s beautiful water ways, climate and lifestyle. 

The Oyster Bar provides an extensive choice of Western Australian and Australian wine and beer selections complimented by delicious fresh South Australian Pacific chilled or grilled oysters, share-food and platters, and of course, the impeccable waterfront views over two levels.

Perfect for a quick catch up with friends, business meetings or a whole evening out.

The Oyster Bar offers you a casual and friendly environment with a great menu, brilliant service and impeccable views overlooking the Swan River from both our level one area and roof top bar.

Our produce is always fresh and chosen in season to ensure the very best quality throughout the year, whether you’re enjoying our fresh cold oysters and a refreshing beer on a balmy summer’s night, or grilled oysters and a glass of red for a winter’s lunch the Oyster Bar is a destination not to be missed.

Oysters can be eaten half shelled, raw, smoked, boiled, baked, fried, roasted, stewed, canned, pickled, steamed, broiled (grilled) or used in a variety of drinks. Preparations vary widely. These can be as simple as opening the shell and eating the contents; including juice or adding butter and/or salt.

Unlike most shellfish, oysters can have a fairly long shelf life: up to two weeks; however, they should be consumed when fresh, as their taste reflects their age. For maximum shelf life, oysters should be stored out of water in refrigeration but not frozen and in 100% humidity. Oysters stored in water under refrigeration will open, utilize the small reserves of oxygen and die. Raw oysters are regarded like wine in that they have complex flavours that vary greatly among varieties and regions: some taste sweet, others salty or with a mineral flavour, or even like melon. The texture is soft and fleshy, but crisp to the tooth.