fish and chips excellent, fresh good reasonable price, beautiful setting, limited parking, very popular.
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Popped in for coffee and cake. Very good. Checked out the prices. $16 for a seafood plate. Quite reasonable. Good clean premises in and excellent location looking out on Encounter Bay. Staff were cheerful and courteous. which made for a good time.
A very popular destination for families at this world class seaside town. If you have a family to feed you can take a table in the restaurant ,table on the deck or grab some takeaway like we did. The cone of chips to share with...More
My partner and I stopped in for lunch, and were pleasantly surprised. Everything was delicious! Oysters, fish, wine, desert. Hope to go back soon.
Dry tasteless fish and chips, only cheap end of the fish market available-- Hake and garfish. The Flying Fish has deteriorated over the past couple of years. Although the setting is superb the shack looks as though it needs a good clean. What a pity...More
This cafe at one end of Horseshoe Bay was a perfect location for us to walk to for morning coffee when staying at the lovely Pt Elliot caravan park. Situated right on the edge of the beach the view was fabulous and the coffee great....More
We have been to the Flying Fish Cafe a number of times and really enjoyed the meal. Yesterday we took friends from interstate as we had told them how good it was. Only to be disappointed with the meal served it was over cooked.Both friends...More
When in Horseshoe Bay always worth a visit for some freshly cooked calamari, fish or salad. Never disappoints. Brisk, friendly service and a great outlook off the balcony overlooking the bay.
Firstly it is important to distinguish between the cafe and the adjacent restaurant. Our visit was just to the cafe. The location, close to the beach and overlooking picturesque Horseshoe Bay is great - it gets an extra star for this. Not so appealing is...More
My husband and I dined here recently whilst staying at Victor Harbor during the busy school holiday period. Luckily we booked ahead and managed to secure a table by the front window overlooking the ocean. We both ordered the Battered King George Whiting for main...More